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State Regulation Of Hemp-Derived Cannabinoids Production, Sales? New York Proposes A Model

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New York proposal for packaging and testing hemp-derived cannabinoids could be ‘de facto’ standard for other stat, say attorneys tracking the patchwork of state laws. The proposal sets per-product concentration limits and includes licensing fees for processors and retailers.

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