Biden Administration Pause On Pending Trump-Era Rules Stalls FDA Cannabinoids Guidance Progress
Among four FDA regulatory items withdrawn from OMB review is “Cannabidiol Enforcement Policy; Draft Guidance for Industry,” which the agency submitted in July 2020.
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