Cannabidiol (CBD) may no longer be considered a controlled substance by the federal government, but that has not stopped state law enforcement from cracking down on the substance. Last week, the Louisiana Office of Tobacco Control issued an advisory memo demanding that retailers stop selling CBD products. The memo went on to say that law enforcement will issue citations to retailers that continue selling the products. According to Ganjapreneur, the state Drug Policy Board will issue an opinion on the sale of CBD products and state Attorney General Jeff Landry is also expected comment “on the possible conflict between federal and state law.”
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