Do Not Believe Everything You Read on the Internet!
With a click of a mouse there is unlimited access to a wealth of information. This information however isn’t always reliable and often falls under #fakenews. Such is the case with current Hemp and CBD laws in Texas.
Take for example this recent hemp headline.
This is how the headline should read.
In fact his article is littered with #fakenews regarding hemp and CBD laws in Texas.
What this article is attempting to report on is the Commissioner of the Texas Department of Health & Services removal of “marijuana extract”, defined as an extract containing one or more cannabinoids that has been derived from the Cannabis plant, from the list of Schedule 1 controlled substances.
What is not removed from the list of controlled substances is THC. Any amount of THC (yes, even less than 0.3%) is a felony in Texas. To put it on paper. . .
The Adamo & Adamo Law Firm is a criminal defense and Cannabis Law Firm available to assist business owners and agricultural developers in Cannabis related compliance including licensing, production, testing, and more. Contact our lawyers for more information regarding hemp and CBD products.