LD 630 LR 2386(04)
An Act To Clarify That Food, Food Additives and Food Products Containing Hemp-derived Cannabidiol Produced and Sold within the State Are Not Adulterated and To Match the State's Definition of "Hemp" to the Definition in Federal Law
Fiscal Note for Bill as Engrossed with:
C "A" (H-10)
Committee: Agriculture Conservation and Forestry
Fiscal Note
Potential conflict with federal regulations
Minor cost increase - General Fund
Fiscal Detail and Notes
Although the United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) has indicated that it plans to review its regulatory authority regarding hemp-derived products at a later date, it has not given any indication of a timeline or guidance on possible revisions. If federal revisions are not forthcoming, the changes to rules regarding CBD in this bill may be in conflict with the USFDA's current guidance.      
Any additional costs to the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry as a result of clarifications to the rules regarding food and food products containing hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) and changes to the definition of "industrial hemp" to "hemp" are anticipated to be minor and can be absorbed within existing budgeted resources.