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The Hemp Act of 2020 proposes four significant amendments to the federal laws currently governing the production of hemp, including increased THC concentrations.
As reported by Hemp Grower magazine, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky introduced legislation on December 15 that would amend the definition of hemp from .3% THC to 1% THC. The bill would also make other major changes to the USDA's interim final rule, which would affect hemp growers, processors, manufacturers, and shippers. The legislation is titled the Hemp Economic Mobilization Act (the "Hemp Act of 2020"). The Hemp Act of 2020 proposes four significant amendments to the federal laws currently governing the production of hemp.
First, the Hemp Act of 2020 would amend the federal definition of hemp by striking ".3 percent" and inserting "1 percent." As hemp businesses know, the 2018 Farm Bill defines hemp as cannabis sativa with a delta-9 THC...
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