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Congress Ready To Propose Legislation To Deliver US FDA’s Wish: Allowing CBD Use In Supplements

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House Energy and Commerce members are expected soon to introduce a bill to make lawful the use of CBD and other hemp-derived ingredients, other than THC, in dietary supplements. Capitol Hill interest in proposing legislation, says Sen. Wyden , will grow if FDA doesn’t bring some order to the CBD space.

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