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WLCB – Notice of Additional Permanent Rules to Implement I-502

WLCB – Notice of Additional Permanent Rules to Implement I-502

Notice of Additional Permanent Rules to Implement I-502 This explanatory statement concerns the Washington State Liquor Control Board’s adoption of new rules and revisions to chapter 314-55 WAC. The Administrative Procedure Act (RCW 34.05.325(6)) requires agencies to complete a concise explanatory statement before filing adopted rules with the Office of the Code Reviser. This statement [...]

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Liquor Control Board Chair’s Statement on AG Ferguson’s Formal Opinion on Marijuana Businesses

Liquor Control Board Chair’s Statement on AG Ferguson’s Formal Opinion on Marijuana Businesses

  Liquor Control Board Chair’s Statement on AG Ferguson’s Formal Opinion on Marijuana Businesses Sharon Foster requested opinion on whether local government could ban recreational marijuana businesses. OLYMPIA – The Washington State Liquor Control Board Chair Sharon Foster today issued the following statement regarding the Washington State Attorney General’s Formal Opinion concerning marijuana businesses. “On [...]

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