|Introduced in House||Passed House||Introduced in Senate||Passed Senate||Became Law|
Hemp products; regulation, labeling.
Directs the Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services to adopt regulations prohibiting the use of the term "CBD" in connection with a hemp product, which current law defines to include any lawful product that contains industrial hemp, including oil containing an industrial hemp extract. The bill provides that such regulations shall authorize the use of the term "H-CBD" or "Hemp CBD" instead. The bill authorizes the Board to adopt further regulations governing the labeling and marketing of hemp products.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:
1. That the Code of Virginia is amended by adding a section numbered 3.2-4114.3 as follows:
� 3.2-4114.3. Regulation of hemp products; labeling.
A. The Board shall adopt regulations governing the use of the term "CBD" in any labeling, branding, advertisement, marketing, or signage related to a hemp product. Such regulations shall prohibit the use of the term "CBD" in connection with a hemp product and shall authorize the use of the term "H-CBD" or "Hemp CBD" for such product.
B. The Board may adopt regulations governing the labeling, sale, offer for sale, marketing, and advertising of hemp products.
|01/22/2020||House||House: Subcommittee failed to recommend reporting (1-Y 5-N)|
|01/14/2020||House||House: Assigned ACNR sub: Agriculture|
|12/30/2019||House||House: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20100820D|
|12/30/2019||House||House: Referred to Committee on Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources|