CBx Daily Digest

States Roll Out Penalties for Smokable Hemp, Clarify CBx Product Regulations

Unlike Iowa, Louisiana still bans CBD in alcoholic beverages, as well as in any food or beverage “unless the United States Food and Drug Administration approves CBD as a food additive.” Any CBD product marketed as “dietary” is also prohibited.

Louisiana and Iowa recently implemented laws further regulating the hemp industry, including bans against smokable hemp and CBD products.

In Iowa, Gov. Kim Reynolds signed the Hemp Consumer and Public Safety law June 17, which makes amendments to the Iowa Hemp Act. 

The new regulations reiterate the state’s ban on smokable hemp by clarifying that products cannot be introduced to the body “by any method of inhalation.” 

Iowa classifies possessing, using, manufacturing, marketing, transporting and distributing hemp meant for inhalation as a “serious misdemeanor,” which is punishable by up to one year in jail and a fine of between $315 and $1,875.

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