Wyoming Gov. Signs Bill To Ban Delta-8 THC

The new rules take effect on July 1st, 2024

Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon (R) has signed into law the state’s ban on delta-8 THC products, putting the state’s burgeoning hemp-derived cannabinoid industry into jeopardy, MJBizDaily reports.

According to Senate File 32, which lawmakers crafted to restrict the sale of intoxicating cannabinoids:

No person or licensee shall:
– Produce, process or sell hemp or hemp products containing more than three‑tenths of one percent (0.3%) THC on a dry weight basis when using post‑decarboxylation or another similarly reliable testing method;
– Add, alter, insert or otherwise include any synthetic substance into hemp or hemp products produced, processed or sold in accordance with this chapter.

Under the new rules, which take effect on July 1, officials will conduct chemical analysis inspections of hemp product retailers’ offerings to ensure they are legal.

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