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Another Possible Setback for Florida’s CBD Program

Florida’s CBD industry may face further delays after a key official overseeing implementation of the program stepped down. Patricia Nelson has left the the Department of Health’s Office of Compassionate Use to join the governor’s office, leaving the director position she held since December open, according to Politico. The move comes at a critical time […]

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Florida CBD Dispensaries Could Open in Early 2016

After months of legal wrangling, it finally looks like Florida is setting a clear timetable for the rollout of its CBD program. The state Health Department is scheduled to accept applications from June 17 to July 8 for five business licenses to produce and sell CBD-based products. Officials will notify winners by Aug. 8. Companies […]

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Missouri to Start Taking Hemp Cultivation Applications

Cannabis growers of a different stripe can begin submitting applications to the Missouri government next month for licenses to cultivate hemp. Missouri is one of several states that passed legislation this year permitting the cultivation and use of high-CBD, low-THC cannabis for the treatment of epilepsy. On Nov. 3, the state’s Agriculture Department will begin […]

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Wisconsin’s CBD Issues Could Spell Trouble for Entrepreneurs Elsewhere

Doctors in Wisconsin have been reluctant to participate in Wisconsin’s fledgling CBD program, with some worried about criminal charges and others about possible side effects. The lack of interest by doctors could spell trouble for entrepreneurs in other states that have recently passed CBD legislation and allow limited business opportunities. Wisconsin’s CBD law – approved […]

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