CBD Regulation Bill Filed In US House Again; VMS In Pre-Tax Savings Accounts In First Senate Vote
Hemp-Derived CBD bill either provides exact solution US needs for lawful use of cannabinoids as dietary ingredients or falls well short, depending on the trade group. Legislation to expand health savings accounts to include vitamin, mineral and supplement products reached Senate floor vote before failing.
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Virginia Republican Morgan Griffith has same message for FDA he’s previously stated about hemp ingredients. Agency “has dragged its feet in properly regulating CBD and hemp-derived products on the market, creating confusion about its legal uses,” he says.
Hitching A Ride Could Be Legislative Route For Adding Supplements To Pre-tax Savings Accounts
Support from members of both parties is a good start, supplement industry trade groups say, but reaching a finish line of passing a bill on its own doesn’t appear likely in 2021, while the odds might be better on adding the legislation as a provision to a broader bill.
After Aligning With FDA On Cannabinoids, California Lawmakers Move On Lawful Use
State Senate scheduled to vote on bill on 8 September and Assembly later in week. Floor votes prompted by amendment removing language that banned hemp smokables in the state, replaced by a phase-in approach.