Alabama AG’s Office Says Cannabidiol Still Illegal in Clarification Notice
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Alabama AG’s Office Says Cannabidiol Still Illegal in Clarification Notice

The notice follows public inquiries into the legality of selling and distributing CBD products.

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November 30, 2018
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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Alabama Attorney General’s office issued a public notice with guidance on the legality of cannabidiol (CBD) in Alabama.

The report released Nov. 20 said CBD products is still not legal to sell in Alabama. It noted that current law said it is illegal to sell ‘marijuana’ or ‘cannabis’, and continued to say marijuana extract cannabidiol, or CBD, is included.

This notice came after law enforcement, the public and district attorneys contacted the Attorney General’s office and Alabama District Attorneys Association asking whether it is legal or not.

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