Arkansas Senator Tyler Dees (R) filed legislation, SB 358, that would regulate delta-8 THC products in the state. The bill, co-sponsored by senators Justin Boyd (R) and four other lawmakers, would "prohibit the growth, processing, sale, transfer, or possession of industrial hemp that contains certain delta tetrahydrocannabinol substances.”

Furthermore, the legislation would make sure that delta-8, delta-9 and delta-10 are on the list of the state's schedule six controlled list substances, which is something the Arkansas Department of Health is already working on.

"Delta-8 and Delta-9 are too easily accessible for our kids. A ban is the best way to keep these psychoactive and harmful drugs from harming our kids," said Sen. Boyd, …

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