JUST waiting now for the Gov. to sign the bill - CLICK HERE to read the Hemp Foods Bill language. Thank you again for all of your support and efforts which made this possible. This is real time Hemp History.
The one and only shot we will get. The Hemp Foods Bill will go before committee today and CDPHE will try to kill our bill. We need every body there to testify in favor of the bill and ask for a Yes vote.
Committee is today at 1:30pm although there is a bill before us, so if you came around 2:30 or 3:00, it would be fine. The hemp foods bill will be heard in House Agriculture, Livestock, & Natural Resources in room HCR 0107 (first floor)
If you can no make or send anyone down from your company to testify please write a letter on your company letter head asking for a yes vote on the Hemp Foods Bill 1295 and send to GHC via email and we will print out and give to the committee today. This must be done asap. Thank you. PLEASE EMAIL LETTER TO firstname.lastname@example.org and copy and paste these address in and send to as well.
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You can also listen remotely to testimony today - https://leg.colorado.gov/committee/granicus/1220641
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Representative Perry Buck - firstname.lastname@example.org - 303-866-2907
Representative Chris Hansen - email@example.com - 303-866-2967
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Representative Daneya Esgar - firstname.lastname@example.org - 303-866-2968
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Representative Dominique Jackson - firstname.lastname@example.org - 303-866-3911
Representative Dylan Roberts - email@example.com - 303-866-2923
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Hemp Products Deemed Not Adulterated Or Misbranded
Concerning modifications to the "Colorado Food and Drug Act" to allow products containing industrial hemp, and, in connection therewith, establishing that products containing industrial hemp are not adulterated or misbranded by virtue of containing industrial hemp.
The bill modifies the 'Colorado Food and Drug Act' to establish that food, cosmetics, drugs, and devices, as those terms are defined in the act, are not adulterated or misbranded by virtue of containing industrial hemp. The bill also defines 'industrial hemp' and 'industrial hemp food product' and sets forth the department of public health and environment's powers with regard to applicants and registrants engaged in, or attempting to engage in, the wholesale food selling, manufacturing, processing, or storage of an industrial hemp food product.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)
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Fact Sheet for Hemp Foods Bill 2018
MAIN Goal: Add a new definition of Hemp Foods Product in the Colorado Pure Foods and Drugs Law, which will make Industrial Hemp not adulterated and not mislabeled. The Bill also removes the words Cannabis and Marijuana to treat Industrial Hemp like corn or carrots!
ADD NEW Definition: “HEMP FOODS PRODUCT” MEANS A FINISHED PRODUCT CONTAINING A DELTA-9 TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL CONCENTRATION OF NO MORE THAN THREE-TENTHS OF ONE PERCENT THAT IS A COSMETIC, FOOD, FOOD ADDITIVE, OR HERB FOR HUMAN USE OR CONSUMPTION CONTAINING ANY PART OF THE HEMP PLANT INCLUDING NATURALLY OCCURRING CANNABINOIDS, COMPOUNDS, OR DERIVATIVES FROM INDUSTRIAL HEMP.
Issues with existing CDPHE Policy Statement
Why the Hemp Foods Bill is CRITICAL to pass in 2018