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NJ Senators Tell Congress 'Complicated Legal Framework' Hurts CBD Firms

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NJ senators say although FDA deems dietary ingredients and food additives with CBD as unlawful, in the past three years more than 1,500 CBD products have come to market “without a clear approach for regulation or any plan from the FDA to balance consumer access and protect consumer health.”

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