Newsday Tuesday - Accepting CBD

In yet another sign that mainstream acceptance of games and CBD oil products is growing, the U.S. Transport Security Administration (TSA) announced Tuesday that it was lifting restrictions on passengers traveling with cannabidiol.


In an article posted today on hempindustry.com the TSA "recently updated its guidance on medical marijuana to clarify that CBD products are allowed as long as they were produced legally.”


The article says the change is “designed to detect potential threats to aviation and passengers,” not enforce federal drug law.


In other hemp related news, Kentucky is among the many states reporting strong revenues from hemp production.


In an article on courier-journal.com the state agriculture commissioner reported a huge growth in hemp production.


"According to Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles, hemp brought in $57.75 million in gross product sales last year, up drastically from 2017, which saw $16.7 million in sales.”



 Sources:

https://hempindustrydaily.com/hemp-derived-products-cleared-for-u-s-air-travel-in-another-sign-of-federal-acceptance/


https://www.courier-journal.com/story/life/wellness/health/2019/05/28/is-cbd-oil-legal-in-kentucky-what-to-know-about-hemp-cannabidoil/3670381002/

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