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.
New Officers Represent Broad Cross-section of Industry Leaders who “Look Like America”
Former Congressman Jared Polis was for hemp before hemp was cool. Indeed, there was no Member of Congress who was more supportive of the development of our exciting new industry. Now that Polis is the Governor of Colorado, he has another opportunity to boost the hemp industry. And if you live or do business in Colorado, he needs to hear from you.
As state legislatures enter the second month of their sessions, critical bills that impact hemp and hemp products like CBD continue to merit your attention. This week, we focus on Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, and South Dakota
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The New Year has brought a flurry of hemp and CBD bills worth raising awareness about. We are continuing to pore through the hundreds of bills that have already been introduced in state legislatures around the country. Some are moving quickly through the legislative process and need our attention. This week, we alert you to CA, CT, NH, UT and VA.
In September of 2020, U.S. Reps. Kurt Schrader (D-OR) and Morgan Griffith (R-VA) introduced a bill which would provide a clear legal pathway for the sale of hemp extracts like CBD. The bill garnered 30 co-sponsors, 18 Democrats and 12 Republicans, demonstrating deep and broad bi-partisan support for hemp farmers and businesses. Yesterday, Reps. Schrader and Griffith and 17 of their colleagues,…