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Liquor Control Board issues first marijuana retailer licenses

Liquor Control Board issues first marijuana retailer licenses

24 licenses issued across the state OLYMPIA – The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) today issued the state’s first 24 marijuana retailer licenses. A complete listing, including contact information of the new retail licensees, can be found online within the Public Records section of the WSLCB website. The 24 applicants were notified via email [...]

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Interim Policy: Recreational Marijuana

Interim Policy: Recreational Marijuana

Today the Washington State Liquor Control Board adopted a Revised Interim Policy on Recreational Marijuana. This policy is needed to implement ESHB 2304 which was passed during the 2014 legislative session. The interim policy will be in effect until permanent rules are adopted. A CR 101 was filed with the Code Reviser’s Office on June [...]

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