The Alaska Marijuana Handle Board is looking for public comment by June 19 on proposed alterations to the state’s guidelines for on-web page cannabis consumption spaces and the testing and tracking of marijuana.
Amongst other alterations, regulators advocate:
- Enabling retail shops not in freestanding buildings to have on-web page consumption of edibles only.
- Rising the price of the license charge for marijuana testing facilities.
- Requiring a testing laboratory to submit alterations to normal operating procedures to regulators for assessment and approval.
- Altering specifications for marijuana that has failed testing as effectively as requirements for cultivation and preparation of marijuana samples for testing.