SB 27 would require regulators to allow the manufacturing and retail sale of hemp products and to establish a registration system for hemp program participants. In the event a processor produces hemp with more than 0.3% delta-9 THC, the processor is not automatically in violation, but rather is allowed to retain and recondition the product. We encourage Alaska Hemp Supporters to use our State Action Center to urge state legislators to support SB 27.
Because some legislative sessions are starting to wind down, we’re focusing this week on the status of bills that we’ve highlighted in the new year. Thanks to your consistent efforts, there’s been good progress in many states. And in other cases, there’s work left to do as time is running out.
Board of Directors Approves Plan to Reject Certification of Delta-8 THC and other Products that Exceed Intoxicating Levels
We’re excited to announce the results of an important clinical study conducted by ValidCare on CBD: Preliminary results reveal no evidence of liver toxicity.
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There’s been a continuing whirlwind of activity on hemp and CBD in Washington, DC. Today, we focus on two new big developments.
We are excited to report that yesterday, the SAFE Banking Act was reintroduced in the U.S. House of Representatives. It’s great for hemp, and it needs YOUR support.