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Florida lawmakers approved a cannabis regulation bill after removing the THC cap that stakeholders opposed

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“All caps out, out.”

By Mitch Perry, FL Phoenix

Over the past month, cannabis entrepreneurs have traveled to the state capitol to advocate against a Proposal to regulate hemp-derived products It could harm the cannabis industry.

But on Monday, many of those same professionals were cheering after the sponsor of the latest version of the bill removed any reference to limiting the dose of THC for those hemp-derived products. THC is the compound in the cannabis plant that can get you high.

At a committee meeting Monday, Manatee County House Republican Will Robinson Jr. said, “All caps are off, off.”

Robinson was responding to fellow Democrat Anna Escamani, of Orlando, on the panel. Robinson assured her that his new amendment to the legislation would remove any references to limiting the amount of THC in cannabis products.

This means that products in cannabis stores will not be affected in terms of their effectiveness for consumers.

At the same time, the bill is still moving on safety-related issues. The measure still maintains safety requirements to keep products like Delta-8 THC out of the hands of those under 21, terms that are not remotely controversial and have

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