USA: DEA backs down on THC ruling enforcement - hemp food to stay in stores
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) handed a victory to the multimillion-dollar-a-year hemp food industry last night when it told the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit that the "grace period" for hemp food products that contain "any THC" will be extended. The extension reassures retailers stocking and selling hemp food products that, for the next 40 days, the DEA will not commence enforcement action.
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