The Wyoming Legislature is considering a measure that would limit the use of smokable hemp to those 21 and over, and prohibit its use in public. Those violating the public use rule could face fines of $50 to $500, while sales of smokable hemp to minors could bring penalties ranging from $250-$750. Shop owners who violate the sales rule could be blocked from selling smokable hemp in the future. Also under the proposed measure, all hemp products marketed or intended for consumption as food or beverages must include a label that lists all active and inactive ingredients.
Posted By: HempToday® February 5, 2021
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