The Cannabis Regulators Association (CANNRA) sent a letter to Congress Friday suggesting specific changes its members would appreciate seeing in the 2023 Farm Bill. The nonpartisan association representing marijuana and hemp regulatory agencies from 45 states noted that proposed changes aim to help resolve many issues encompassing federally unregulated hemp-derived products in the hemp marketplace.

Donald Trump signed the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (Farm Act 2018) five years ago, effectively legalizing hemp and hemp-derived products on the federal level. While the bill made it clear that plants to be considered hemp and not marijuana could have only 0.3% delta 9 THC, other important and related matters were not defined. For example, the legislation didn’t designate hemp-derived products …

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