Federal Action


Urge Lawmakers in California & Ohio to Permit the Retail Sale of Hemp-Derived CBD

PASSED October 01, 2019

This year, the California Department of Public Health and the Ohio Board of Pharmacy each issued similar guidance, inaccurately alleging that hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) is prohibited by law to be sold in retail stores in their respective states.  We ask for your help in redressing these pronouncements which have cast a chill on legal commerce in popular products that promote health and wellness among California and Ohio citizens.
If you are a resident or business owner in California or Ohio, please use our portal to send an email to your state legislators to support legislation to permit the retail sale of hemp-derived CBD.
Our portal makes it super easy — once you input your zip code, the appropriate email or state petition will populate — with your legislators already identified and an editable message prepared.  With a simple click of the button, they will hear your voice loud and clear.  
Even if you do not hail from the Buckeye of Golden States yourself, please share this petition with your friends, colleagues, customers and social media contacts in California and Ohio – help us build our Hemp Supporter armies to assist us in these battles which have a national impact.