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We hope you find this blog to be both informative and engaging. Since its creation several years ago by Rod Kight, the blog has addressed a wide number of legal issues impacting the cannabis industry.

Rod Kight is an award winning lawyer, advocate, and author focusing his efforts on supporting farmers, manufacturers, labs, distributors, brands, retailers, and others in the cannabis, hemp, marijuana, and CBD industries.

The Kight on Cannabis Blog Disclaimer
This blog is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to give you any legal advice. We recommend that you consult with an attorney before taking any actions with respect to cannabis, including hemp, marijuana, and/or any of their cannabinoids. Marijuana is illegal under federal law and the laws of many states. Possessing, using, distributing, and/or selling marijuana are all federal crimes. Please also note that even though marijuana is illegal under federal law, participants in the marijuana industry are required to pay federal taxes. This is true even for state not-for-profit entities.

Kight On Cannabis Blog

We hope you find this blog to be both informative and engaging. Since its creation several years ago by Rod Kight, the blog has addressed a wide number of legal issues impacting the cannabis industry.

Rod Kight is an award winning lawyer, advocate, and author focusing his efforts on supporting farmers, manufacturers, labs, distributors, brands, retailers, and others in the cannabis, hemp, marijuana, and CBD industries.

The Kight on Cannabis Blog Disclaimer
This blog is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to give you any legal advice. We recommend that you consult with an attorney before taking any actions with respect to cannabis, including hemp, marijuana, and/or any of their cannabinoids. Marijuana is illegal under federal law and the laws of many states. Possessing, using, distributing, and/or selling marijuana are all federal crimes. Please also note that even though marijuana is illegal under federal law, participants in the marijuana industry are required to pay federal taxes. This is true even for state not-for-profit entities.

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UPDATE- Farm Bill Passed Ag Committee WITHOUT Grassley Amendment!

June 13, 2018
This is an update to yesterday’s post about the Grassley Amendment to…

URGENT CALL TO ACTION! Contact Your Senators NOW To Protect CBD

June 12, 2018
In a distressing and urgent turn of events, Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA)…

WHO Issues Glowing Report of CBD But Misstates the Law

June 12, 2018
The World Health Organization (WHO) issued a Critical Review Report (Report) on…

Hemp Hootenany at Franny’s Farm was a Huge Success

June 6, 2018
Hemp Hootenany was a big success this year and a great way…

The Midwest Trend Continues: Missouri Enacts Favorable Industrial Hemp Laws

June 1, 2018
Missouri Governor signed into law a pilot hemp program today. The news…

Did the Federal Right to Try Act Just Legalize Medical Marijuana?

May 31, 2018
No. So why am I writing about it? I feel compelled to…

A Legal Analysis of the DEA Directive Regarding Cannabinoids

May 29, 2018
To say that the DEA is is slow in responding to matters…

Section 280E Tax Provisions and Industrial Hemp

May 21, 2018
Although tax matters can be both tedious and dull, a solid grasp…

Rod and Clients Give NC Prosecutor Educational Tour of Extraction Facility

May 15, 2018
When it comes to hemp and CBD, education is crucial. Many of…

The ‘Midwest Turnabout’: a CBD Trend?

May 14, 2018
The “Midwest Turnabout”, the name I’m giving to a rapid about-face on…

Rod Interviewed About HIA v DEA Case By Pot Network News

May 4, 2018
            I always enjoy speaking with Brandon…

The HIA v. DEA Ruling and a Wisconsin Policy Underline Need for Clarity on CBD

May 2, 2018
  CBD is having a tough week. The Court issued an unfavorable…

Thought Leadership for the Hemp and Cannabis Industries

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