Cannabidiol Excluded From Marijuana Definition (SB 385 / HB 694)

BILL SUMMARY

Excludes cannabidiol products approved as prescription medication by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from the statutory definition of marijuana.

BILL ANALYSIS

Cannabidiol, by definition, is an extract from the cannabis plant that does not contain THC, the property in cannabis that causes a “high.” Typically, it is dispensed in an oil form and can be used to help treat seizures and other medical conditions

BILL SPONSORS

Massey in the Senate, Williams in the House

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Full Text: Senate Bill / House Bill

BILL STATUS

Signed into law as Public Chapter 120.