Washington State Liquor Control Board posts marijuana data dashboard

The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) today posted online a dashboard-style report that includes snapshots of frequently requested marijuana data.

The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) posted online a dashboard-style report that includes snapshots of frequently requested marijuana data. The report includes:

  • Licensing – Status data;
  • Locations – Interactive maps of issued producer, processor and retail marijuana licenses;
  • Production – Production data for usable marijuana and extracts;
  • Sales – System-wide sales data including sales and tax revenue generated; and
  • Compliance – The number of WSLCB Enforcement visits conducted and any resulting violations.

The Weekly Marijuana Report will be posted each Wednesday to the WSLCB website within the “Frequently Requested Lists” section. This section includes a variety of regularly updated marijuana data including lists of all marijuana license applicants, certified labs, approved infused products and other information.

The WSLCB mission is to promote public safety and trust through fair administration and enforcement of liquor, tobacco and marijuana laws. Per 2015 legislation, on July 24, 2015, the agency will change its name to the Liquor and Cannabis Board. It will retain its WSLCB acronym.

 

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