Ohio: Today, Governor Mike DeWine of Ohio signed Senate Bill 57 into law, surrounded by supporters, including the U.S. Hemp Roundtable’s lobbying team. The passing of this bill means that retail sale of hemp-derived CBD is now legal, ending months of product seizures and embargoes. In addition, it alleviates confusion and hopes to eliminate Ohio General Assembly passes bill to legalize hemp and CBD The Ohio General Assembly sent to Gov. Mike DeWine Senate Bill 57, which decriminalizes industrial hemp and CBD products. Critics say the bill has too many restrictions. Hemp Is Now Legal - Ohio Department of Agriculture
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SB 57: Hemp Legalization's Effect on the Prosecution of Marijuana Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill 57—which legalizes hemp in Ohio—into law on July 30, 2019. The primary purpose for the law was to provide Ohio farmers with a new source of revenue by permitting them to grow hemp as a crop. SB 57 may clear the air on selling CBD products
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Ohio Senate Bill 57 Legalizes Industrial Hemp & CBD | On Tuesday February 19th, 2019, Ohio has taken the initiative and introduce Ohio Senate Bill 57, which would create an industrial hemp program, legalize & regulate CBD. This Senate Bill was sponsored by Republicans Sen. Steve Huffman from Dayton, Sen. Brian Hill from Zanesville and their co-sponsors are Democrat Sen. Nickie Antonio from Ohio Senate Bill 57 Legalizes Hemp Growing and Sale of CBD Ohio Senate Bill 57 Legalizes Hemp Growing and Sale of CBD Products in Ohio JD Supra Retailers See Promise in CBD and Hemp Products Forbes Forget Cannabis: Hemp Is the New American Gold Rush Cash Crop Observer South Carolina CBD stores left confused amid raids, new opinion WSOC Charlotte Hemp store now open in Kirksville ktvo.com View full Ohio Senate Bill 57 Legalizes Hemp Growing and Sale of CBD Ohio Senate Bill 57 was signed into law by Governor Mike DeWine on July 30, 2019, legalizing the cultivation of hemp (with a license from the Ohio Department of Agriculture) and the immediate sale of cannabidiol (CBD) products in the state of Ohio. Until the passage of this bill, the Senate Bill 57 positions Ohio hemp industry for a breakout
Understanding the Haze of Ohio Cannabis Law: THC, CBD, and Senate Bill 57 by David H. Thomas, Esq. , Janica P. Tucker, Esq. and Devin M. Spencer, Esq. , Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP On Aug. 3, Ohio governor Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill (S.B.) 57 into law, opening the door for the hemp industry and products like CBD oil to become a part of Ohio’s agricultural products.
US Hemp Roundtable - Posts | Facebook We want to say thank you! As a result of your advocacy, and the leadership of Senate Majority Leader Senator Mitch McConnell and Senator Ron Wyden, four federal banking regulatory agencies issued joint guidance confirming the legal status of hemp and the requirements for banks providing financial services to businesses. This is an exciting step Ohio Senate Votes to Legalize Hemp, CBD Oil and Other Products |