USDA Says Some Rules On Hemp THC Testing Could Change

Law360 (February 6, 2020, 7:03 PM EST) -- U.S. Department of Agriculture officials told reporters Thursday that they are considering some changes to the agency's initial hemp regulations, but they can't address the industry's biggest concerns about how THC levels are measured.

In a call with reporters after the close of the public comment period on the USDA's interim final rule on hemp, USDA agricultural marketing service administrator Bruce Summers said the final version of the rule could include changes to the requirements on which labs can measure the THC levels in hemp crops, what portion of the plant should be tested and what can be done with hemp...

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