2018 Farm Bill
Every five years, Congress passes legislation that sets national agriculture, nutrition, conservation, and forestry policy, commonly referred to as the “Farm Bill”.
In January 2019 President Trump signed into Law the 2018 Farm Bill which had legislation in it that Federally legalized the sale of CBD across state-lines under the conditions that Tetrahydrocannabinols were derived from HEMP and that the measured THC content was below the Bill’s imposed federal limit of .3% THC by dry weight volume. (DELLA SANO Products are 0.0% THC validated by certificate of analysis documentation)
A few of the 2018 Farm Bill highlights are:
- Renewed, and further defined, components of the 2014 Farm Bill that had expired on September 30, 2018.
- The 2014 Farm Bill is responsible for getting the HEMP Industry launched. It set up the framework for Industrial HEMP cultivating. Granted States the authority to administer “HEMP Research and Pilot Programs”. Provides protection for cultivators of Cannabis understand strict terms and conditions.
- The 2018 Farm Bill amends the wording of the “Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946” to include HEMP.
- Defines HEMP in Sections:
– Sec. 7125. Supplemental and alternative crops; hemp.
– Sec. 7415. Legitimacy of industrial hemp research.
– Sec. 10111. Hemp production
- Allows for industrial hemp to be an agricultural crop
- Removed tetrahydrocannabinols in hemp from a schedule 1 controlled substance act. (Products with THC still have legal limits)
- Sets the Federally legal limit of THC to be .3% (Not all state legislation has been amended to match federal laws – some states are still 0.0% THC – All DELLA SANO products are 0.0% THC and backed by certificate of analysis)