Ohio is considering lifting its statewide ban on the cultivation and processing of hemp. On Feb. 18, 2019, Ohio state Sens. Steve Huff and Brian Hill introduced legislation that would legalize hemp production as well as cannabidiol (CBD) in the state. The state Department of Agriculture would issue hemp regulations and there would be no licensing requirements for those wanting to make or sell hemp-derived products. Though the bill does not outline how much cultivation license fees would cost, Huffman says he hopes to set the price between $500 and $1,000.
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