Cannabidiol Controversy is Coming to a Close in the Hoosier Heartland
Indiana is finally clearing up all the confusion surrounding the cannabinoid known as Cannabidiol (CBD). Senate Bill 52 will allow all Hoosiers to purchase and consume CBD products that contain .03% THC content. If you would like to read the bill for yourself just click this link: Senate Bill 52. Of course, Cannabidiol derived from Hemp fits perfectly into that category. Governor Holcomb has hinted that he will sign this bill into law in the coming days. “Holcomb said he is OK with legalizing CBD with low levels of THC.” according to this Indianapolis Star article. SB52 has already passed through the Senate and unanimously passed through the House just a few days ago.
On Janurary 25th the the Briefing Room published this; “SB 52 legalizes the retail sale of CBD oil, making it available to any consumer for purchase, as long as it is labelled as containing .3 percent or less of THC. The bill eliminates the requirement in previous law that a person must be on an epileptic registry to access CBD oil.” That’s great news for those of you who live in Indiana. We can’t wait to see what happens next!
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