USDA Open to Change Hemp Rules, but not THC Percents

  • Posted by CO 420 Websites
  • On February 14, 2020
The USDA announced last week that they would not be making changes to the allowable THC limit for legal hemp. While the 2018 Farm Bill passed by Congress legalized hemp, it came with the requirement that THC content must be under 0.3%, and any hemp found to exceed that amount must be destroyed. The USDA says that it's up to Congress to make changes.
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2019: the Year in Weed

  • Posted by CO 420 Websites
  • On January 3, 2020
Changes in cannabis in 2019 include: approval for legal cannabis is at all-time highs, cannabis and hemp saw more legalization both at the state and federal level, and even some bipartisan support in Congress.
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Farm Bill Allows Cultivation of Hemp & CBD

  • Posted by CO 420 Websites
  • On December 14, 2018
The Senate passed the 2018 Farm Bill 87-13 on Tuesday, a huge step towards legalizing hemp cultivation. The bill would remove industrial hemp from the federal government's list of controlled substances and categorize it as an agricultural product...
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FDA says CBD Should be Descheduled, but There’s a Catch

  • Posted by CO 420 Websites
  • On October 3, 2018
In a newly released memo, the U.S. FDA suggested cannabidiol (CBD) should be removed from the Controlled Substances Act to Schedule 5. Drugs in this category are considered to have a low potential for abuse and include over-the-counter medications...
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