Looking ahead to the new year, Washington cannabis businesses are focusing on security challenges, including continued store robberies, and preparing for the potential of the interstate cannabis trade. That's according to the Washington Cannabis Commerce Association (WACA), the state's trade association representing cannabis retailers, producers, processors, transporters and banks. The group recently held a webinar on upcoming marijuana policy development after members submitted ideas for developing a legislative agenda for next year.WACA Executive Director Vicki Christophersen expects state legislation addressing social equity in the industry, particularly at the retail level, to be developed next year. A bill from the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Commission would allow new marijuana licenses to be issued based on the state's growing population, Washington's Delta-8 products could also be heavily regulated in 2023 and WACA is also advocating for laws to allow cannabis businesses to access funding from outside the state.
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