Clarify That Food and Food Products Containing Hemp-derived Cannabidiol Produced and Sold within the State Are Not Adulterated
|Sponsor:||Representative Craig Hickman, House 81|
|Bill #:||LD 630|
UPDATED: Here's a link to the law: http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/bills/bills_129th/chapters/PUBLIC12.asp
Part A of this bill provides that food and food products containing hemp-derived cannabidiol that are produced and sold within the State are not considered to be "adulterated" under state law, and the production, marketing, sale or distribution of food or food products containing hemp may not be prohibited.
Part B of this bill changes the term in Maine law "industrial hemp" to "hemp" and defines "hemp" to match the definition of "hemp" in the federal Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018.