Minnesota Gov To Sign Adult-Use Marijuana Legalization Law That Allows Delta-8

Thae bill now heads to Walz’s desk

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz will sign an adult-use marijuana legalization bill into law that also allows cannabis companies to sell hemp-derived products including those that contain delta-8 THC.

When the governor does, Minnesota will become the 23rd state to legalize adult-use cannabis in the United States and the second to do so in 2023 after Delaware.

State lawmakers, whose regular legislative session ends Monday, voted early Saturday morning to give final approval to a cannabis legalization bill that first passed both chambers of the Legislature in late April after nearly six months of lengthy hearings.

That bill now heads to Walz’s desk.

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