No Excuse Not to Raise European THC Standard to 0.3 Percent

Hemp laws and regulations in Europe remain uncertain and variable. Much as in the USA, various jurisdictions apply different standards to the cultivation and use of industrial hemp. The European Union recognizes industrial hemp as the plant Cannabis Sativa L with a THC content of 0.2% or less and there is strong support to increase …

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Asian Hemp Summit

On February 1, 2020, Cannabis Law appeared at the Hemp Today Asian Hemp Summit in Kathmandu Nepal. Sanford Stein, founder and principal of Cannabis Law LLC, spoke at the event’s first day on the topic of “Hemp Legislation and Regulations: Making it Legal; Making it Safe.”  Stein, a legislative and government regulations specialist for over …

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Farmers Moving to Hemp

The Wall Street Journal reports that American farm bankruptcies are soaring in 2017 and 2018. Prices for the two biggest cash crops, corn and soybeans, have fallen due to the trade war with China. Other trade policies from the Trump Administration are upsetting markets as buyers look elsewhere than the United States for farm products. …

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California Proposition 64, which was approved in the November 2016 election, will make cannabis legal for use in the state for all people over 21 years of age. The expected date of implementation is January 1, 2018. Still, there remain some questions about whether the state’s regulatory bodies will be ready then.  So far, the …

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