Weed entrepreneurs have found a workaround to deliver psychoactive THC to the nation at large, but lawmakers are quickly working to criminalize these newly isolated cannabinoids.
Alabama lawmakers just added an amendment to an opioid bill that would ban Delta-8- and Delta-10-THC products, alarming the state's thriving hemp industry.
This February, state Rep. Mike Holmes (R) proposed HB2, a bill that would ban tianeptine, an antidepressant that can produce addictive, opioid-like effects at higher doses. Last month, the state House approved the bill with a unanimous vote and passed it along to the Senate. But when the bill came up for a hearing in the Senate Judiciary...
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