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Texas to Remove CBD From Texas’ Controlled Substances List

Texas to Remove CBD From Texas’ Controlled Substances List

Video Source: CBS Local

The state of Texas is taking a big step toward legitimizing the use of CBD oils.

It’s removing hemp from the state’s list of controlled substances on April 5.

As you might remember, a few months ago, the Hemp Roundtable’s intrepid attorneys at Frost Brown Todd identified a provision buried in the statutes of more than a dozen states – stating when there was a federal de-classification of a drug, the state must follow suit.

This led to an obvious conclusion – hemp should be removed from drug control in these states.

This week, The Hemp Roundtable heard back from the Texas Health and Human Services commission. Their Commissioner reviewed their letter and agreed: and on March 15, he filed a regulatory amendment declassifying hemp as a controlled substance.

There is still more work to be done and your help is needed: If you are a Texas resident or business owner, head over to our State Action Center.

Jax Finkel, Executive Director for Texas NORML says. “To clarify, the legal impacts are still being discussed but it appears that this move makes hemp products already being sold legal and applies pressure to the legislature to create a farming program to submit to the USDA. The 2018 Farm Bill requires farmers grow under a state sanctioned program,”

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