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Dragon Analytical Laboratory
Dragon Analytical Laboratory DAL is a Washington State and federally accredited drinking, waste and storm water lab under the purview of the Department of Ecology C890, Environmental Protection Agency 1234, WA State Department of Health 193 and now WA Liquor Control Board 0013. ...
Dragon Analytical Laboratory

Steep Hill Washington
Tukwila WA
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Le Herbe
Seattle WA
The essence of who we are is defined by our love for cannabisWe provide products that will help people live a better life and in turn make the world a better place.
Le Herbe

CannaSafe Analytics
Setting the Standard for Medical Marijuana Testing
To gain and maintain accreditation, CannaSafe laboratories must demonstrate that its analytical testing procedures provide consistent, valid results and ensure the highest possible quality for medical marijuana testing. It is ...

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The Joint Blog | February 7, 2018 by Anthony Martinelli
 WA: Committee Approves Bill to Allow Marijuana Stores to Obtain and Sell CBD Products From Outside Sources
Anthony Martinelli

Washingtons House Appropriations Committee has approved a measure that would allow marijuana outlets to use cannabidiol products CBD products obtained from sources other than state licensed producer/processors.
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The Joint Blog | February 7, 2018
 Washington House Approves Measure to Establish New Residency Requirements for Marijuana Business Owners

Legislation that would establish new residency requirements on marijuana business owners has been given approval by Washingtons full House of Representatives.
House Bill 1151 passed the House today by a vote of 70 to 28. Filed by Representative Sharon Wylie D and cosponsored by Representatives Brandon Bick R and Brian Blake D, the measure must now be passed by the states Senate before it can be sent to Governor Jay Inslee for consideration. The proposed law; Requires that at least 75 percent of the interest in a licensed marijuana business owned by a business or nonprofit entity be held by one or more interest holders who have resided in Washington state for at least six months, Requires that all applicants residing out of state....
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The Cannabist | Feb 5, 2018
 One month after Sessions marijuana memo, where do U.S. attorneys stand on legal weed?
Bruce Kennedy and Alex Pasquariello
Its been a month since U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole Memo, Obama-era Department of Justice guidance on enforcement of federal law in states that legalized marijuana in some form. Sessions marijuana policy shift didnt just inject uncertainty into the legal cannabis industry it empowered the Justice Departments U.S. attorneys to enforce or ignore federal marijuana laws. U.S. attorneys are the chief federal law enforcement officers within 93 districts throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands....
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The Joint Blog | January 16, 2018
 Washington Lawmakers Pass Legislation to Legalize Personal Marijuana Cultivation

Anthony Martinelli

Washington States House Commerce and Gaming Committee has passed legislation that would allow those 21 and older to grow marijuana for personal use.
House Bill 2559, filed by Representatives Brian Blake D and Cary Condotta R, would authorize an adult age 21 or over to possess six or less marijuana plants and up to 24-ounces of useable marijuana harvested from the plants. The measure specifies that no more than six marijuana plants may be grown or possessed on the premises of a single housing unit under the authorization, regardless of the number of residents living on the premises. House Bill 2559 must now pass through a second committee before it can be voted on by the full House of Representatives. If approved by the....
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The Joint Blog | January 17, 2018
 Washington Committee Approves Bill Prohibiting Cities from Banning Medical Marijuana Cooperatives

Anthony Martinelli

Legislation that would prohibit cities in Washington State from banning or adding new regulations to medical marijuana cooperatives was passed yesterday through its initial legislative committee.
House Bill 2471 was approved yesterday by the House Commerce and Gaming Committee. The measure, filed by Representative Steve Kirby D, would make it so that Counties, cities, and towns are prohibited from enacting any regulations pertaining to medical marijuana cooperatives absent an express grant of authority from the state. Under the proposal, state law regarding coops which allows 10 patients to come together to grow and share cannabis at a share location preempt all city laws. This is important given that several cities in the state have placed bans or moratoriums on....
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The Joint Blog | January 11, 2018
 Washington State Bill Would Legalize Medical Marijuana Deliveries

Anthony Martinelli

Legislation that would legalize the delivery of marijuana and marijuana products to qualified patients has been introduced in Washingtons House of Representatives.
The measure, House Bill 2574, was introduced by Representative Shelley Kloba D along with a bipartisan coalition of 11 other lawmakers. The bill would establish a medical marijuana delivery endorsement to the marijuana retailers license that authorizes the holder to provide marijuana home delivery services to qualifying medical marijuana patients age 21 or over, or to designated providers, and Authorizes qualifying medical marijuana patients to place delivery orders for marijuana products with a qualifying retailer over the telephone or by Internet. The proposal Requires t....
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