Texas CBD Laws
What you need to know
Thanks to the recently passed House Bill 1325, new Texas CBD laws state that hemp and hemp-derived products are now legal (effective Sept. 1st, 2019). But what exactly does this change in our laws mean? How did it all happen, and what’s the fine print? Let’s take a look:
- Is hemp now legal in Texas?
You betcha. The new Texas CBD laws stipulate that as long as it contains less than .3% THC, then you’re good to go.
- Why did they legalize CBD in Texas?
These changes in our laws happened for a number of reasons. Perhaps surprisingly, much of the push for legalization came from our farm community and those wanting to stir up the economy. Hemp is a fairly drought-resistant crop that Texas farmers (and retailers alike) hope to cash in on.
- Who oversees the growth process?
If you’re thinking that the new Texas CBD laws give you the right to start a hemp farm in your own backyard, think again. You will need a license, and all hemp products will eventually be inspected. If you’re still debating the ol’ farm in the backyard, check out what it’s like getting a job with a misdemeanor drug charge. For now, the Texas Department of Health and Human Service is responsible for overseeing the production of hemp products.
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