i502 rules change

Liquor and Cannabis Board and Suquamish Tribe Sign Marijuana Compact Historic agreement is nation’s first OLYMPIA – The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (Board) and the Suquamish Tribe today signed the nation’s first state-tribal marijuana compact. The compact governs the production, processing, purchase and sale of marijuana on the Tribe’s land. The agreement was […] Read more

The original version released October 2014 can be found here, on page 9. OTS-6612_2Final.pdf VERBATIM WAC 314-55-083 What are the security requirements for a marijua­na licensee? The security requirements for a marijuana licensee are as follows: (3) Surveillance system. At a minimum, a licensed premises must have a complete video surveillance system with minimum camera […] Read more

This Article was written by Armando Perez of CCTV Dynamics and was first published in Marijuana Venture Magazine. In our last installment, we explored the risks and benefits of choosing certain types of security cameras. A choice that was afforded by a murky and ill-defined section of i-502 (WAC314-55-083), allowed for multiple interpretations of the same rule. […] Read more