Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board Action – Approved withdrawal of a proposal statement of inquiry (CR 101) for THC Compounds Other Than Delta- 9.

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Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board Action Yesterday, during a regularly scheduled meeting, the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board took the following action: Approved withdrawal of a proposal statement of inquiry (CR 101) for THC Compounds Other Than Delta- 9. Withdrawal document filed as WSR 21-14-115 Approved a preproposal statement of inquiry (CR 101) to consider establishing a new rule section that would allow the WSLCB to evaluate additives, solvents, ingredients or compounds used in the production and processing of marijuana products other than delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), as well as CBD, hemp, or both converted to delta-8 THC, delta-9 THC, or any other marijuana compound that is not currently identified or defined in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW), the Washington Administrative Code (WAC), or both, to determine whether such substances pose a risk to public health or youth access. Notice to Stakeholders Memorandum CR-101 Filed as WSR 21-14-117 on July 7, 2021 Approved a notice of proposed rulemaking (CR 102) to consider changes to current rules that frame the standards and thresholds for criminal history checks for marijuana [cannabis] licensees. Notice to Stakeholders Memorandum CR-102 Filed as WSR 21-14-111 on July 7, 2021 Adopted final rules (CR 103) to implement cannabis Tier One Expansion. The rules take effect August 7, 2021. Concise Explanatory Statement Memorandum Rules – WSR 21-14-113

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