Editor's Note: Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a measure legalizing low-THC cannabidiol oil in the state, after nearly a year of confusion over Indiana's laws. The bill signed by Holcomb requires manufacturers to test each batch of product to ensure it has less than 0.3 percent THC. The law will likely require most CBD oil manufacturers to create new labels for products sold in Indiana because it requires product labels to include a QR code that links to information on the batch.

Indianapolis Star
March 21, 2018


Senate Enrolled Act 52 allows any person to buy, sell and possess CBD oil, as long as it meets certain labeling requirements and contains no more than 0.3 percent THC, the substance that produces a "high."

Some lawmakers, however,  worried the bill's  requirements were too stringent and would accidentally cut manufacturers out of the industry and cause prices to jump.

The bill is also silent on the legality of manufacturing the product in Indiana, which could lead to more legal debates in the future. 

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