• May 27, 2020
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  • California bill to regulate hemp extracts in food is delayed


    A proposal to legalize hemp-derived extracts in food and beverages in California is on hold as lawmakers focus on coronavirus-related legislation to help the economy, but the bill’s sponsor says she’s bringing it back in August.

    Supporters of the legislation plan to argue in the forthcoming debate that regulating consumable hemp products is “an economic driver” and that it will protect consumers, said Assemblywoman Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, a Democrat carrying the proposal.

    It would set testing requirements for safety and to ensure products don’t exceed 0.3% THC levels.

    Aguiar-Curry said companies interested in selling edible CBD are waiting for legislators to act.


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