Federal Law And The Nebraska Hemp Farming Act Made The Sell Of CBD Legal. Somebody Should Inform Nebraska Of That.
The controversy over the legality of cannabidiol, also known as CBDs, and the sale of those products at a Herman convenience store has made its way to the Nebraska Supreme Court.
On September 4, defense attorney Mallory Hughes and Scott Vander Schaaf, the Washington County Attorney, gave their arguments before the court. Vander Schaaf said that they were asking for the authorities to throw some light on legal conduct surrounding the use of CBD products. This comes after two Washington County residents were accused of illegally distributing cannabidiol. While the charges were later dropped, having proper legislation in place could help citizens understand the use of this better.
In September 2017, Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson issued a memorandum which states that CBDs are a controlled substance and therefore illegal in the state except for the study performed in the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The Nebraska Hemp Farming Act (LB 657) was established in May 2019 which allows the cultivation, processing, and sale of hemp and brought new commercials markets to the state for the farmers. The hemp crop is legal as long as the THC level is less than 0.3%. The advocate representing those accused of using or distributing CBD says that CBD oil was not a controlled substance under Nebraska state law before the enactment of LB 657.
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