WSLCB Topics and Trends: News and Tips for the Industries We Regulate

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WSLCB Topics Trends News Tips Regulation

It is my pleasure to send to you the first issue of Topics and Trends: News and Tips for the Industries We Regulate. This is the first of planned quarterly newsletters individually tailored to cannabis licensees. We recently issued the first newsletter to the alcohol and tobacco industries.

Input from Industry

We know that marijuana industry is always interested in information from the WSLCB that will benefit their business and help you plan for the future. Specifically, we’ve heard that you’re interested in emerging trends, enforcement and licensing issues we’re seeing, and overall news that furthers our understanding on mutual issues.

 

Feedback

We want this communication to be useful to you. You’ll have the opportunity to give feedback. We hope you’ll take a moment to fill out the brief survey at the end of the newsletter.

Thank you for your review. Here’s the link to the inaugural edition of Topics and Trends: News and Tips for the Industries We Regulate.

Rick Garza

Director

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