Posts by U.S. Hemp Roundtable

Responding to the USDA’s Interim Final Rule on Hemp

This past Halloween, the USDA released its Interim Final Rule on the Establishment of a Domestic Hemp Production Program.   Some of it was a treat to the developing industry. Some of it was quite scary.   The good news is that the USDA remains committed to improving upon its work after securing public input.…

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Guidance Procedures 2.0 for the U.S. Hemp Authority™Certification Program Released Today!

A Message From The U.S. Hemp Authority: Guidance Procedures 2.0 for the U.S. Hemp Authority™Certification Program Released!   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: USHEMP@WEAREMULTIP.LY   U.S. HEMP AUTHORITYTM RELEASES GUIDANCE PROCEDURES 2.0   After a Year-Long Collaborative Industry Effort, the Updated Guidance Will Continue to Promote High Standards and Best Practices in the Ever-Changing Industry   Lexington, KY (Nov. 1,…

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Big News – Legislative Language would Require FDA to take Quick Action on CBD – Help Us Get this Passed

This morning, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell – after consulting closely with the US Hemp Roundtable — has introduced report language that would require the FDA to issue formal “enforcement discretion” on the sale of hemp CBD products. This is a Big Frickin’ Deal.  And we need your help to get this passed. As discussed more…

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ATTENTION IN CALIFORNIA! WE NEED YOUR HELP.

As we shared with a few weeks ago, our California dream bill, AB 228, legislation that would have legalized the retail sale of hemp-derived CBD in California, was declared dead for the session.  We launched an email blitz asking for action, but with the legislature adjourning today, the earliest any legislation can pass will be January. We…

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WE NEED YOUR HELP IN CALIFORNIA!

As we let you know last Friday, we received some very disappointing news from Sacramento: AB 228, legislation that would have legalized the retail sale of hemp-derived CBD in California, was declared dead for the session.  This caught us by surprise – the bill had been through 5 committees and the House floor, and had never received…

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