Prosecutors Across Nebraska Weigh New Hemp Law, Testing for THC
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Prosecutors Across Nebraska Weigh New Hemp Law, Testing for THC

"How do we prove a substance is above or below that 0.3-percent THC cutoff?" Lancaster County Attorney Pat Condon said.

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August 20, 2019

LANCASTER COUNTY, Neb. — Telling the difference between legal hemp and marijuana is a problem Lancaster County Attorney Pat Condon said is not unique to Nebraska. 

On Monday, Condon confirmed his office will not move forward with possession of marijuana charges for four University of Nebraska football players.

"We have held all those cases and have not charged any of those cases," he said.

Condon said that right now, there are questions the recently enacted Nebraska Hemp Farming Act, LB 657, never answered.

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