Lawmakers Move To Restrict Synthetic Cannabis Products

(Pierre, SD) — Synthetic cannabis products may become a thing of the past in South Dakota. The Senate Health and Human Services Committee passed House Bill 11-25 Wednesday that would make the sale of chemically altered hemp products illegal. State Senator Brent Hoffman says, “These products are a serious health threat.” Caleb Rose, co-owner of Black Hills CBD, claims when the products are adequately tested, they are safer than regular THC. Rose believes this legislation will open the door to more CBD restrictions in the future, emphasizing this change only impacts businesses, not consumers. House Bill 11-25 now moves to the State Senate floor.

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