AG Miller goes on to warn consumers about mislabeled and Hemp-CBD, health claims related to Hemp-CBD, product liability for Hemp-CBD products, and investing in the volatile Hemp-CBD market. AG Miller also notes that local law enforcement will retain authority and discretion to take criminal enforcement actions against those selling or possessing Hemp-CBD products.
All things considered, Iowa appears poised to enter the Hemp-CBD game but at this time anyone distributing or possessing Hemp-CBD faces potential criminal liability. Iowa may not be as anti-cannabis as a state like Idaho, but it is also pretty clearly opposed to Hemp-CBD, at least right now. I expect that Iowa will strictly regulate Hemp-CBD products after the USDA approves of DALS state plan.
Credit: Harris Bricken | Canna Law Blog
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