Liquor and Cannabis Board releases cannabis survey | RAND Corportation

Help the department better understand cannabis use in the state by taking an anonymous survey.

  • Thursday, June 14, 2018 10:30am
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The Washington State Liquor Control Board has partnered with the RAND Corporation, a nonprofit research organization, to study an analyze cannabis use in the state.

The survey is anonymous, and takes between 10 to 20 minutes to complete. It collects information from both cannabis users and non-users.

A similar survey was conducted five years ago to better understand the cannabis market in the state, RAND stated in a press release.

You can start the survey here: www.420survey.org.

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