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Introduced Senate Bill (S)

DIGEST

Tobacco, e-liquids, and CBD. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally sells an e-liquid or an electronic cigarette that contains: (1) a concentration of nicotine that is more than 20 milligrams per milliliter; or (2) vitamin E acetate; commits a Class B infraction. Requires the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission) to issue licenses for low THC hemp extract distributors and sellers licenses (licenses). Provides that the commission may revoke a license if the distributor or seller does not have a certificate of analysis or documentation proving chain of custody for low THC hemp extract. Requires the commission to adopt Tobacco, e-liquids, and CBD. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally sells an e-liquid or an electronic cigarette that contains: (1) a concentration of nicotine that is more than 20 milligrams per milliliter; or (2) vitamin E acetate; commits a Class B infraction. Requires the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission) to issue licenses for low THC hemp extract distributors and sellers licenses (licenses). Provides that the commission may revoke a license if the distributor or seller does not have a certificate of analysis or documentation proving chain of custody for low THC hemp extract. Requires the commission to adopt rules concerning the process for issuance and renewal of licenses and violations that result in suspension or revocation of a license. Provides that a person who sells or distributes low THC hemp extract without a valid license commits a Class A infraction. Provides that it is a Class B infraction if a person knowingly or intentionally sells or distributes to another person food to which has been added certain active ingredients that include a drug product that has been approved under the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. ... View more