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Florida Senate passes bill banning hemp-derived THC products

Florida has taken another step toward banning hemp-derived products containing delta-8 and delta-10 THC in the state after the Senate unanimously passed a bill this week.

The bill now goes to the state House of Representatives, according to Tampa Bay TV station WTSP.


Meanwhile, a House version of the measure has “yet to be taken up by its full chamber,” WTSP reported.

Products containing delta-8 THC – which is a less potent form of marijuana – has been sold in an increasing number of unlicensed stores across Florida since the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill legalized hemp.

The interest in delta-8 THC in Florida likely stems from the fact the state offers only legal medical marijuana, not adult-use products.


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