Jonathan Miller @ US Hemp Roundtable discusses the passing of the legislation
AB 45 will give workability for growers and CBD producers while putting in place stringent regulation to ensure the hemp CBD products Californians consume is clearly labeled and non-intoxicating. #CALeg
— Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (@AsmAguiarCurry) October 8, 2021
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) on Wednesday signed a bill that stands to dramatically expand the state’s hemp industry by legalizing retail sales of a wide range of consumable products derived from the plant.
Until now, the lack of explicit regulations has inhibited the hemp market, stakeholders say. The governor’s signing of AB 45 means that non-intoxicating cannabinoids, including CBD, can be sold as dietary supplements and as ingredients in food and beverages.
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