On July 20, the U.S. House of Representatives approved an amendment to the NDAA to allow service members to use products containing hemp, including CBD. Unfortunately, the amendment was not included in the Senate’s version of the NDAA which now moves to the conference committee process. Let’s make sure that…Support Our Troops!
Please email your U.S. Senators to urge them to include the House’s SAFE Banking Act language in the next COVID-19 relief package.CONTACT YOUR SENATORS TODAY
Inaction by the agency has led to a worst of all worlds: While a legal cloud hovers over commerce in safe, quality-assured, popular CBD products, unregulated bad actors continue to sell inferior products that give misleading information to consumers and potentially endanger public health and safety. We need your help..CONTACT YOUR REPRESENTATIVE TODAY!
Learn more about CBD, along with the history of hemp in the U.S.
Hemp has a deep, enduring American history
It was a leading cash crop grown by many of our nation's founders, and was critical to U.S. efforts in both world wars. While farming hemp was made illegal in the 20th century, imported hemp products have been sold in every state for decades, an almost billion-dollar import industry. We believe those jobs and economic opportunity belong in the U.S.
Learn more about taking action on CBD and hemp initiatives at the state and national level, along with the history of hemp in the United States.
The U.S. Hemp Authority™ Certification Program is our industry's initiative to provide high standards, best practices and self-regulation, giving confidence to consumers and law enforcement that hemp products are safe, and legal.
Learn about the individuals and organizations that make up the Hemp Roundtable, a coalition of hemp advocates fighting for the legalization of hemp products and derivatives, like CBD.About the U.S. Hemp Roundtable