Washington State Legal Cannabis By The Numbers: February 1, 2018 – May 24, 2018


WASHINGTON:  The below statistics cover activity in Leaf Data Systems for the time period between February 1, 2018 and May 24, 2018.

WSLCB Lifts Temporary Suspension Of Analytical 360


WASHINGTON: The April 23, 2018 temporary suspension imposed on Washington State Analytical 360 testing lab has now been lifted, the WSLCB announced today. Licensees were instructed to direct any questions to the Marijuana Examiners unit.

Washington State By The Numbers


WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis board have released the most recent statistics from Leaf Data Systems, detailing all commercial activity for the time period between February 1, 2018 and April 26, 2018. Washington consumers purchased more than half a billion dollars of legal cannabis during the 90-day period, making nearly 13 million purchases.  

Cannabis Industry Ambassador-At-Large: Twenty22Many Art Auction

Jake the Professor and Patrick

By Jake The Professor Twenty22Many is a Washington-based Veterans group, born out of the old Medical Marijuana Collective model that preceded recreational cannabis in Washington State. The mission of the Twenty22Many is “By All Means Necessary – End Veteran Suicide.” Founder Patrick Saint, and other volunteer veterans are committed to raising awareness about the extremely high suicide rates Read the full article…

WSLCB 2017 Legislative Fact Sheets Now Available


WASHINGTON: Fact sheets detailing new alcohol and marijuana related laws from the 2017 legislative session are now available on the Liquor and Cannabis Board’s website. Where available/relevant the fact sheets also contain information about the agency’s process to implement these changes. If you have additional questions please contact Customer Serviceat (360) 664-1600. 2017 Legislation E2SHB 1351 – Read the full article…

WSLCB Notice to Stakeholders – Sales of Plants/Clones And Seeds Interim Policy

WSLCB releases new interim rules for plants, clones and stems

INTERIM POLICY NOTICE – #BIP-01-2017 WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board has issued an Interim Policy to provide requirements and guidance for sales of immature marijuana plants or clones and seeds between licensed producers and qualifying patients, designated providers, and members of a registered cooperative in response to the passage of ESSB 5131 during Read the full article…

Washington State’s Cannabis Tracking Contract Up For Bid


By Bart Schaneman, Marijuana Business Daily WASHINGTON: Washington state regulators have begun accepting bids for a new seed-to-sale tracking system to keep tabs on marijuana commerce, a deal with an initial value of about $3 million. The competition likely will be fierce, given that the contract involves one of the nation’s largest cannabis markets. But businesses Read the full article…

Washington LCB Notice of Rule Making – Pre-proposal – #17-04: Producer Tier Structure


WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board has entered into the initial stage of rulemaking (CR 101) to consider rule changes in Chapter 314-55 related to the producer tier structure and potentially allowing producers to hold an interest in more than one license. The CR 101 is the initial notification of potential rule making and Read the full article…

Washington Weekly Marijuana Report September 14, 2016

Washington State weekly marijuana report for 9/14/16

WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB)  weekly report for September 14th, 2016: Licensing  Producer licenses issued Producer/Processor licenses issued Processor licenses issued Retail licenses issued 171 874 127 432 Production Flower harvest MTD/FYTD lbs. Useable MJ produced MTD/FYTD Useable MJ sales volume MTD/FYTD Extracts produced MTD/FYTD grams 11,826 lbs.  58,913 lbs. 7,116 lbs. 42,011 lbs. 6,924 lbs. Read the full article…

No On I-502 Flashback, Part 2: It Will Set The Stage For Bad Legalization

I-502 brought major changes to cannabis in Washington, but those have come about from regulating a system that was never regulated in the first place.

WASHINGTON:  In Part 1: Feds Will Never Allow $600 Ounces, I showed how three years ago at Seattle Hempfest, leaders of the “No on I-502” campaign were making claims that pot shops would never exist and we’d never make any tax money in Washington State, but if we did, an ounce would cost $600 and never Read the full article…