Gov. Mike DeWine signed Ohio’s hemp legalization bill, Senate Bill 57 into Law freeing all holds on CBD Inventory and removing hemp-derived cannabidiol off of the State of Ohio’s controlled substance list.
The law takes effect immediately, today, July 30th, 2019.
The law now permits hemp-derived CBD to be brought into the State of Ohio, but, will will be sometime before it can be commercially grown or processed in the State of Ohio.
Ohio agriculture officials have six months to draft Ohio’s rules and regulations, which will then be submitted to the feds for approval. The goal: Have everything in place so farmers can get seeds in the ground next spring.
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