Urge lawmakers to remove the age restriction for hemp extracts from HB 30
PASSED May 31, 2023
Last-minute conference amendments to HB 30, the two-year budget bill, restrict access to hemp extracts and other substances with any amount of THC to those 21 years or older. Labeling, testing, and packaging requirements were also added, including what appears to be a novel requirement that a paper COA be provided with the product at sale, and a potentially problematic requirement that hemp products with THC use child-resistant packaging, which only one other state requires. There is also a provision that limits the opportunity to comment on future regulations for hemp extracts.
Please use our portal to urge lawmakers to remove the 21-or-older age restriction from the amendments to HB 30. Our portal makes it super easy. Once you input your zip code, the appropriate email or state petition will populate—with your legislators’ office already identified and an editable message prepared. With a simple click of the button, lawmakers will hear your voice loud and clear.
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