Hemp CBD Can Now Be Brought on Flights
TSA Says CBD Made of Hemp Can Be Brought on Planes, With Certain Precautions
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) updated its policy on cannabis over the 2019 Memorial Day weekend, changing the medical marijuana section of its “What Can I Bring?” webpage from reading “no” to “yes” (with “special instructions”).
Previously, TSA made no distinction between marijuana and hemp-derived preparations and warned on its website that cannabis products cannot be taken as carry-on items or in checked bags. But since the 2018 Farm Bill federally legalized hemp and its derivatives, that's no longer the case.
Now the agency's webpage specifies that possession of “certain” cannabis products are illegal under federal law, and TSA agents are required to report suspected violations such as possession of “certain” products to law enforcement.
The new policy, as it appears on TSA's website from a screen capture:
“Products/medications that contain hemp-derived CBD or are approved by the FDA are legal as long as it is produced within the regulations defined by the law under the Agriculture Improvement Act 2018,” a new section states.
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