Delta-8 THC products sold in Kentucky will be limited to and will have to Complies with testing and marking requirements Under a bill that sails through the state legislature.
House Bill 544, sponsored by Rep. Rebecca Reimer, passed the Kentucky Capitol on Thursday by a vote of 97-0reported the Associated Press.
The action is now moving to the state Senate, which rejected an outright ban on Delta-8 THC products last year.
Part-time adjournment of the Kentucky legislature At the end of March.
Hemp-derived intoxicating Delta 8 THC products have exploded in popularity since Congress passed the Farm Act of 2018 with the support of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, the top US senator.
Last year, a circuit court judge ruled that Delta 8 products had THC It was legal in Kentucky.
Under the Farm Law, hemp plants with 0.3% or less THC are legal.
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