Hemp-CBD Across State Lines: Michigan

跨越国界的血迹 CBD :密歇根

2019-11-19 00:19:18 cannalawblog

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The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 legalized hemp by removing the crop and its derivatives from the definition of marijuana under the Controlled Substances Act and by providing a detailed framework for the cultivation of hemp. The 2018 Farm Bill gives the US Department of Agriculture regulatory authority over hemp cultivation at the federal level. In turn, states have the option to maintain primary regulatory authority over the crop cultivated within their borders by submitting a plan to the USDA. This federal and state interplay has resulted in many legislative and regulatory changes at the state level. Indeed, most states have introduced (and adopted) bills that would authorize the commercial production of hemp within their borders. A smaller but growing number of states also regulate the sale of products derived from hemp. In light of these legislative changes, we are presenting a 50-state series analyzing how each jurisdiction treats hemp-derived cannabidiol (“Hemp CBD”). Each Sunday, we summarize a new state in alphabetical order. Today we turn to Michigan. The cultivation of hemp has been authorized in Michigan and overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (“MDARD”). Until a year ago, only the MDARD or a college or university could grow industrial hemp for the strict purpose of research. However, on December 28, 2018, Governor Rick Snyder signed into law Michigan House Bills 6330, 6331 and 6380 (Public Acts 641, 642, and 648 of 2018), amending the Industrial Hemp Research Act and creating the new Industrial Hemp Research and Development Act. The Industrial Hemp Research and Development Act requires the MDARD to regulate the growing, processing and handling of industrial hemp. The other new laws make changes to the Public Health Code and the Michigan Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act to address the new Industrial Hemp Research and Development Act. Despite these enactments, the new laws won’t go into effect until the USDA approves the state’s plan and the MDARD adopts hemp rules. Michigan does not appear to have a licensing process for creating products derived from industrial hemp. However, Michigan’s office of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (“LARA”), which oversees Michigan’s medical marijuana program, issued guidance, stating that marketing CBD-infused food is illegal in the state, per FDA guidelines. The guidelines are silent as to whether CBD may be lawfully infused to other categories of products. Earlier this fall, Michigan’s Governor prohibited the sale of flavored vape products, which seemed limited to nicotine products but could apply to Hemp CBD products. However, the ban was blocked by a judge on October 15, which means the sale of these products remains allowed but unregulated. While Michigan seems to have jumped on the hemp-bandwagon, the state has yet to regulate the commercial production of hemp and Hemp-CBD products. Accordingly, the distribution and sale of Hemp-CBD products comes with certain risks in the Great Lakes State. For previous coverage in this series, check out the links below: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts
《2018年农业改良法》通过根据《管制物质法案》从大麻定义中删除作物及其衍生物,并为大麻种植提供详细框架,使大麻合法化。2018年农业法案授予美国农业部在联邦层面对大麻种植的监管权力。反过来,各州有权通过向美国农业部提交一份计划,维持对其境内种植作物的主要监管机构。 这种联邦和州的相互作用在州一级导致了许多立法和规章的变化。事实上,大多数国家已经提出(并通过)法案,授权在其境内进行大麻商业化生产。越来越多的州也对大麻产品的销售进行管理。 根据这些立法变化,我们提出了一个50个州的系列分析,分析每个司法管辖区如何对待来源于大麻的大麻。每个星期天,我们按字母顺序总结一个新的州.今天我们去密歇根州。 大麻种植已在密歇根州获得授权,并由农业和农村发展部(“ MDARD ”)监督。直到一年前,只有千年发展目标( MDARD )或一所大学或学院能够为严格的研究目的而种植工业大麻。 然而,2018年12月28日,州长 Rick Snyder 签署了密歇根州众议院第6330、6331和6380号法案(2018年第641、642和648号公法),修订了《工业大麻研究法》,并制定了新的《工业大麻研究和发展法》。《工业大麻研究和发展法》要求千年发展目标管理工业大麻的生长、加工和处理。其他新的法律对《公共卫生法》和《密歇根马里奥纳设施许可法》进行了修改,以处理新的《工业大麻研究和发展法》。尽管有这些法律,新的法律将不会生效,直到美国农业部批准国家计划和千年发展目标通过大麻规则。 密歇根州似乎没有一个许可程序,以创造产品从工业大麻。然而,负责监管密歇根州医用大麻项目的密歇根州许可和监管事务办公室( LARA )发布了指导意见,称根据 FDA 的指导方针,在该州销售 CBD 注射的食品是非法的。指导方针对 CBD 是否可以合法注入其他类别的产品保持沉默。今年秋季早些时候,密歇根州州长禁止销售香精 vape 产品,这种产品似乎仅限于尼古丁产品,但可能适用于 Hemp CBD 产品。然而,这一禁令在10月15日被一名法官否决,这意味着这些产品的销售仍然允许,但不受监管。 尽管密歇根州似乎已经跳上了大麻大潮,但该州尚未规范大麻和大麻生物多样性公约产品的商业生产。因此, Hemp-CBD 产品的分销和销售在五大湖州具有一定的风险。 对于本系列以前的报道,请查看以下链接: 阿拉巴马州 阿拉斯加 亚利桑那州 阿肯色州 加利福尼亚 科罗拉多州 康涅狄格州 特拉华州 弗洛里达州 佐治亚 夏威夷 爱达荷州 伊利诺伊州 印第安纳州 爱荷华州 堪萨斯州 肯塔基州 路易斯安那州 缅因州 马里兰州 马萨诸塞州

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