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NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WDKY) – As the CBD and hemp industry continues to rake in money to the Bluegrass State, an introduced federal bill could give shops a leg up when it comes to marketing certain CBD products. The bill introduced by a member of the House Agriculture Committee would loosen the reigns and allow some products to be marketed as ‘dietary supplements’. Currently, strict rules are enforced by the Federal Drug Administration that do not allow CBD companies or businesses to claim the CBD products they sell carry healing medicinal value. Shops can be fined or their business license revoked if caught. Many shops go around the rule by stating what customers use the products for and letting testimonies of customer use sell the product. Introduced bill could force FDA to recognize some CBD products as ‘dietary supplements&rsquo

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