Sponsors of the CBD Product Safety and Standardization Act (H.R. 6134) expressed disappointment with technical assistance the FDA provided in response to their legislation, calling it “a completely insufficient response.” The bill requires FDA to regulate food containing cannabidiol (CBD) derived from hemp as a food additive.

The 2018 Farm Bill explicitly left FDA the

Key Notes:

  • The Ninth Circuit found that delta-8 THC products are federally legal under the plain meaning of the definition of “hemp” set by the 2018 Farm Bill, making it the first circuit to find such products lawful.
  • The Ninth Circuit affirmed a preliminary injunction in favor of the trademark holder on a delta-8 THC