Michigan Gov. Whitmer Signs Legislation Regulating Delta-8 THC Products

The regulations take effect this year on October 11th

 Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed legislation on Tuesday regulating the derivative delta-8 THC, which is currently sold — untested and unregulated — in convenience stores, gas stations and smoke shops in Michigan.

According to the Governor’s Office, the products will be regulated by the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) beginning Oct. 11. The products were available for sale to people of all ages by businesses that cannot currently sell licensed adult-use or medical marijuana products.

The package of bills that were signed also upgrades definitions “regarding products derived from the cannabis plant so that all intoxicating substances will be safety-tested through the MRA’s statewide monitoring system and will tracked through the state’s seed-to-sale tracking system.”

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