Last week, a federal judge stepped in to halt the implementation of an Arkansas law that intended to outlaw the sale of Delta 8 THC and other related products, reported THV11.

The enforcement of Act 629, a law passed during the 2023 legislative session and signed by Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders in April, prohibiting the sales and production of items containing Delta 8, Delta 9 and Delta 10, has been suspended by U.S. District Judge Billy Roy Wilson's ruling.


The lawsuit was initially filed in Arkansas federal court by a coalition of hemp product marketers in Colorado, Texas and Arkansas in July – the day before the act was slated to go into effect. Gov. Huckabee Sanders, AG Tim Griffin, Dept. of …

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