We need your help in urging your legislators in West Virginia to adopt rules that allow CBD to be marketed and sold as a food or dietary supplement.
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.
For months, we’ve been optimistic that California’s legislature would pass AB 228 in early September, legalizing the retail sale of hemp-derived CBD, and ending enforcement efforts by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) that have placed a chill on the industry.
If you are a hemp farmer or processor, we need your help TODAY to ensure affordable hemp crop insurance coverage. One of the U.S. Hemp Roundtable’s proudest legislative accomplishments was the inclusion of provisions within the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill of that permit the development of crop insurance for U.S. hemp farmers.
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The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) issued guidance about changes in federal law related to hemp for federally insured credit unions interested in providing financial services to the legal hemp industry. This update comes on the heels of Senator McConnell (R-KY) and Senator Wyden (D-OR) urging NCUA Chairman Rodney Hood and the federal agency…