South Dakota House Passes GOP Bills Prohibiting Unregulated Hemp Products, Warn Cannabis Customers Of Fed Firearms Ban



Last week, a measure that would make the sale of all Delta-8, Delta-10, THC-O, HHC and THC-P products and other unregulated THC products illegal advanced through the South Dakota legislature.

On Wednesday, Jan. 31, the members of the state House unanimously approved a bill from Rep. Brian Mulder (R) in a 69-0 vote, after the House Health and Human Services Committee advanced the legislation on Jan. 30 in an 11-2 vote, reported Cannabis Business Times.

House Bill 1125 seeks “to prohibit the chemical modification or conversion of industrial hemp and the sale or distribution of chemically modified or converted industrial hemp and to provide a penalty therefore.”

The production or sale of these products would be classified as a misdemeanor under House Bill 1125, with the possibility of facing a maximum sentence of one year in jail or a fine of …

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