I’m excited to be on a panel at NoCo Hemp Expo in Denver this Friday to discuss “Legal Insight: Farm Bill, Policy, Regulation”.
A WV federal court dismissed a case brought against hemp farmers, ruling that hemp is not a controlled substance and may be transported across state lines.
If Congress legislates a solution to the cannabis commerce problem it is difficult to envision cryptocurrencies gaining a foothold. But if Congress fails to act, cryptocurrencies may become intwined with future cannabis commerce.
The upshot of all this generally, and in North Carolina specifically, is that there is strong legal precedent that businesses may continue to sell products containing full-spectrum hemp extract derived from lawful hemp.
I was asked to prepare an open letter to the hemp and CBD industry regarding concerns with the proposed US Hemp Authority Certification Program as developed and championed by the Hemp Roundtable and supported by the Hemp Industries Association.
Obtaining access to banking services is a problem that has plagued the cannabis industry since its inception.
The Farm Bill specifically prohibits a state from interfering with the transportation or commerce of hemp and hemp products within its borders. So why are Ohio and other states interfering?
Rod recently spoke with CBD School on the 2018 Farm Bill and the future of hemp and CBD.
These two issues will define and shape the hemp and CBD industry in 2019.
According to all predictions the hemp and CBD industry is about to take off like a rocket ship.