$US2 Million Taxpayers Money Has Gone Into The Black Hole That Is Washington’s Seed To Sale System

$US2 Million Taxpayers Money Has Gone Into The Black Hole That Is Washington’s Seed To Sale System

According to documents obtained via a public records request, the LCB paid MJ Freeway $1,971,421 between May 2017 and August 2019 for its work on Leaf Data Systems.. To be honest we’re surprised the sum isn’t twice as big considering the dramas over the years. Amazingly Washington state still deals with Akerna ( formally MJ Freeway), why they do is beyond us . It’s worth noting that Akerna seemed to keep getting hired by other states to do the same job . Ganjapreneur reports and well done them for digging up this information. As we used to say. It’s a travesty and a farce.” Washington’s Liquor and Cannabis Board has paid nearly $2 million for Leaf Data Systems, the seed-to-sale tracking system that has consistently frustrated the state’s cannabis industry. According to new documents obtained by Ganjaprenuer, the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board has issued nearly $2,000,000 in payments over a two-year period to MJ Freeway for Leaf Data Systems, the state’s problem-plagued seed-to-sale traceability database. MJ Freeway was chosen in summer 2017 as Washington’s contractor to build the state’s traceability database after competitor Franwell hastily withdrew from the contract negotiations. The company, however, missed its first deadline of…

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