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FDA Gets Message In Congress' First Cannabis Policy Hearing: Deliver CBD Regulation

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During first-ever congressional hearing on federal policies for lawful use of cannabis, House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee Chairwoman Anna Eschoo says with $2m appropriated to develop a regulation on CBD’s use in non-drug products during, FDA should deliver.

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