What Does the Law Say About Hemp-derived Products:
The 2018 Farm Bill federally legalized hemp-derived products.
On December 12, 2018, Congress passed the 2018 Farm Bill, which was signed into law by President Trump. The bill includes key text regarding hemp that was championed by Senate Majority Leader Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) with strong bi-partisan backing:
- The 2018 Farm Bill outlines hemp as the plant Cannabis saQva L. and any part of the plant with a delta-9 THC concentration of not more than 0.3 percent by dry weight. This definiQon is consistent with the definiQon of “industrial hemp” in the 2014 version bill, which shaped a limited agricultural pilot program regarding research into industrial hemp.
- The 2018 Farm Bill removes hemp from the Controlled Substances Act, paving the way for the wholly legal cultivation, possession, sale, and distribution of the hemp plant.
- The 2018 Farm Bill delegates to states and Indian tribes the broad authority to regulate and limit the production and sale of hemp and hemp products within their borders. States and Indian tribes cannot, however, limit the transportation or shipment of hemp and hemp products through their respective jurisdictions.
Delta 8 THC and the Law
Delta 8 THC products such as cartridges, disposables, and edibles are not allowed in the following states:
- New York
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
*Some states restricted may not be shown in this list.
Amanita Gummies are not allowed in the following states:
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