For the time being, it seems as if the Florida legislature has worked with special interests to prove Governor DeSantis wrong- Florida is not open for hemp business.
Author: Rod Kight
Using the proper methodology to test for hemp compliance is critical to preserve the future of hemp. Unfortunately, researchers funded by the National Institute of Justice misstate the law when it comes to hemp testing.
The hemp industry supports reasonable regulations. Watch this important PSA about limiting access to hemp products by minors produced by our client, Mood Product Group.
According to Walt Wilkins, the Thirteenth Circuit Solicitor of South Carolina, “You can turn hemp into a THC product by adding an acid into a compound. Well, that creates the THC level increase to the point where it gives you that high, euphoric feeling. At the end of the day, if it gets you high, it’s illegal in South Carolina. Bottom line.” Say what?
I recently spoke with Sean Hocking, founder of Cannabis Law Report and the Karma Koala Podcast, about hemp, the future of cannabis, and international trade.
I recently sat down with my friend and client Lukas Gilkey, one of the founders of Hometown Hero, to discuss hemp policy and the the future of cannabis.
The DEA recently issued a warning letter to the Georgia Board of Pharmacy (GBP). Given that Georgia is the only state that allows pharmacies to dispense medical marijuana, the DEA’s letter to the GBP is unprecedented. It also raises novel legal issues.
This article addresses the misguided view that intoxicating hemp cannabinoids are not properly part of the “hemp” industry, which is itself an artificially created category of the cannabis plant.
It has become a bit of a parlor game recently for lawyers to contact the DEA and request its position on the legal status of various compounds. Most recently, the DEA responded to a request for the control status of “magic mushroom spores” under the CSA.