Iowa Hemp Legislation Could Limit THC Products

Here’s what could be at risk

House lawmakers approved a bill increasing regulations on hemp products on Tuesday, capping how much THC can be contained in consumables and requiring Iowans to be at least 21 before buying the products.

The bill heads to the Iowa Senate for consideration and would have to be signed by Gov. Kim Reynolds if passed. Here’s a look at what could happen if the bill becomes law.

How did Iowa lawmakers vote and what does Iowa’s hemp bill entail?

House File 2605 passed on a 78-16 vote, imposing a limit of four milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) per serving in a consumable product, and no more than 10mg per container.

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