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North Dakota tobacco shop owner faces criminal CBD charges

23 Oct North Dakota tobacco shop owner faces criminal CBD charges

A North Dakota tobacco shop owner faces criminal charges for selling CBD products, a case that could test the state’s definition of the cannabinoid. Falesteni Abuhamda, the owner of two Tobacco Depot stores, tried unsuccessfully to have his case dismissed by a judge, arguing that the CBD he was selling was legal, according to the Williston Herald. Abuhamda argued that the CBD was derived from hemp stalks, which are legal to process in North Dakota, and not hemp flower, which is not legal to process.  North Dakota allows hemp growing, but only for seed and fiber. But ... North Dakota tobacco shop owner faces criminal CBD charges is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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