Legislating US Regulatory Pathway For Cannabinoids ‘Not End of The World’ – Gottlieb
Former FDA commissioner says legislative carve-out for a regulatory pathway for cannabinoids is a better option than a rulemaking, which could take five years and “may not even work.” Cannabinoids market is “well far ahead of where the regulation is,” he says.
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