Indiana Courts on 3/2/2018 by Court Services
The Senate Corrections and Criminal Law heard HB 1214 sponsored by Sen. Young on CBD oil and industrial hemp. The bill repeals all provisions concerning the cannabidiol registry and a “substance containing cannabidiol” (all added by HEA 1148-2017) and legalizes CBD oil, repeals superseded provisions relating to cannabidiol registration, and establishes that there is sufficient probable cause to issue a warrant if a trained and certified narcotics detection canine lawfully indicates and detects industrial hemp or CBD oil.
The bill was amended to instead define “low THC hemp extract” as a product derived from Cannabis sativa L. that contains not more than 0.3% delta-9-THC and no other controlled substances. It also establishes requirements for the manufacture and sale of low THC hemp extract. The amended bill passed 6-2.
Read the bill at: https://iga.in.gov/legislative/2018/bills/house/1214