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25th April 2023
US – North Dakota: Senate Bill 2096 has been signed into law by governor Doug Burgum. It revises the definition of hemp products to specifically exclude products that contain “chemically derived cannabinoids” – such as delta-8 THC, THCO, HHC, and THCP – and prohibit hemp licensees from selling or distributing products containing chemically-derived cannabinoids. The new law also expressly allows CBD, CBG, broad spectrum, and full spectrum products and requires testing and certain labelling of hemp products.
13th April 2023
US - North Dakota: Senate Bill 2388 has been signed by governor Doug Burgum and enacted into law. This means that medical cannabis patients who have had their registry identification card revoked can reapply a year after an initial revocation and five years after a second, and be permanently disqualified upon a third revocation.
11th April 2023
US – North Dakota: Senate Bill 2388 has been reconciled and now heads to the governor’s desk. The bill would allow medical cannabis patients and caregivers who have had their registry identification card revoked to reapply after a year, or after five years following a second revocation. A third revocation would mean permanent disqualification.
27th March 2023
23rd March 2023
US - North Dakota: House Bill 1478 has been approved by both chambers and now heads to the governor’s desk. It would allow self-certification as a medical cannabis patient by over-65s admitted to hospice care, and allow designated caregivers to carry cannabis products for such patients without going through a criminal record check .
22nd March 2023
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25th January 2023
9th November 2022
16th August 2022
US - North Dakota: The North Dakota secretary of state has certified that a measure to legalise recreational cannabis will appear on the public ballot in November, press reports. The measure would allow adults (21+) to purchase and possess up to 1 oz of cannabis and allow for the home cultivation of up to three plants. There would be no additional tax on cannabis sales beyond the normal sales tax.
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