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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.

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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Immediate action needed to save CBD in North Carolina!

March 13, 2017
My home state, North Carolina, is poised to make a very bad…

Do you want to grow hemp in North Carolina?

February 27, 2017
The North Carolina Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the…

Will you support the Hemp and CBD lawsuit against the DEA?

February 9, 2017
After writing my blog post about the DEA’s new rule on “marihuana…

Rod Kight Selected to North Carolina Super Lawyers 2017

January 20, 2017
Kight Law Office is pleased to announce that Attorney Rod Kight has…

WLOS news interviews Rod about CBD and the new DEA rule

January 15, 2017
As my readers know, the DEA enacted a new rule regarding cannabinoids.…

Is CBD illegal under the new DEA “marihuana extract” rule? A legal analysis.

December 14, 2016
Everything old is new again. The Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) has overstepped…

Most State CBD laws are unenforceable and moot. (Yes, really.)

October 28, 2016
In this post, I aim to clear up the confusion between State-specific…

A quick summary of CBD law.

September 30, 2016
NOTE: This article was written in 2016. Although its substantive points remain…

Rod Kight admitted to the Oregon State Bar

September 12, 2016
I’m pleased to announce that I have been admitted to the Oregon…

Marijuana dispensaries: High profits. High costs.

September 8, 2016
Here’s a new article about the profits and costs associated with operating…

Did the FDA kill the market for edible CBD?

August 26, 2016
Fortunately, the FDA has not banned all edible CBD products. However, the…

Will you be at HempX?

August 19, 2016
  HempX Asheville 2016 is upon us. It’s a two day festival…

Thought Leadership for the Hemp and Cannabis Industries

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