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2 Stocks That Could Dominate the Hemp CBD Space in 2020 - Marijuana may not be federally legal in the U.S., but that doesn't mean the market for cannabidiol (CBD) isn't about to heat up. Although CBD will have to be derived from hemp, as that was what U.S. legislators allowed in December 2018 when they passed the farm bill, there's still a lot of interest in hemp CBD products. Farm Bill 2020 Resources - Center for Commercial Agriculture Farm Bill webinar slidedeck presentation by Michael Langemeier and James Mintert, and Kaitlin Myers, State Agricultural Program Specialist from USDA’s Indiana Farm Service Agency. A discussion on options for enrolling your farm in the 2018 Farm Bill program by the March 15, 2020 deadline. Read More Top 3 CBD Stocks For 2020 – The Green Fund

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Bill introduced to add CBD to DSHEA’s supplement definitions Building on a regulatory foundation already laid for hemp ingredients, Rep. Collin Peterson (D-MN) has proposed a bill that would include CBD under the definition of dietary supplements found in Top 4 Predictions For Hemp And Hemp CBD In 2020 - The Fresh Toast

Attorney: ‘I see all these emails saying once the Farm Bill passes, CBD is legal in all 50 states; that’s just not true’

It's the holiday miracle that the entire CBD industry has been waiting for: On Monday, Congress passed the 2018 Farm Bill after months of back-and-forth, and on Thursday, President Trump signed the 80 Congress Makes Move to Allow CBD in Food and Beverages “The last two Farm Bills were landmark successes for hemp, but we are still very early in this process, and growers need regulatory certainty,” Peterson said in a press release. “This bill will allow FDA to regulate CBD that comes from hemp as a dietary supplement, providing a pathway forward for hemp-derived products. It would also Congress May Soon Make CBD From Hemp Legal

12 Nov 2019 To grow or process hemp, Wisconsin farmers and entrepreneurs can will feature exhibitors and talks by experts in the cannabis, CBD and hemp industry. The 2018 Farm Bill removes roadblocks to the hemp industry; for 

The 2018 Farm Bill reclassified hemp, and it is now legal to grow industrial hemp. USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) announced a rule that outlines how states and tribes can submit plans that will enable producers to grow hemp in those areas.