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Farm Bill framework seeks to define hemp, doesn’t mention delta-8 THC


Democratic leaders on the U.S. Senate Agricultural Committee seek to define industrial hemp in the upcoming U.S. Farm Bill, according to a framework the group unveiled Wednesday.

The framework stops short of attempting to put the genie back in the bottle for intoxicating hemp-based cannabinoids, which  inadvertently were legalized in 2018, when that year’s Farm Bill authorized industrial-hemp production nationwide.


On page 74 of the 94-page section about agricultural commodities, the Senate framework indicated lawmakers seek to define industrial hemp and lower “regulatory barriers for farmers who are growing industrial hemp for grain and fiber.”

“We’re very pleased to see that there’s a reduced regulatory burden on hemp grain and fiber farmers,” Jonathan Miller, general counsel for the U.S. Hemp Roundtable, told MJBizDaily

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