Hawaii Governor Signs Law Allowing the Sale of Cannabis Edibles
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Hawaii Governor Signs Law Allowing the Sale of Cannabis Edibles

The state’s medical cannabis operators may now produce and sell cannabis-infused edible products for registered patients.

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September 29, 2020

Hawaii Gov. David Ige has signed legislation into law that allows the sale of cannabis edibles in the state, according to NORML.

The bill, H.B. 2097, cleared the legislature in July, and would authorize the state’s eight medical cannabis licensees to produce and sell cannabis-infused edible products for registered patients.

The new law takes effect Jan. 1, 2021, NORML reported, and the Hawaii Department of Health will oversee the creation of rules to regulate the production, labeling and packaging of edible products.