In 2021, Delta 8 THC laws are a bit unclear everywhere. As of recently, Texas has granted a temporary injunction against the state to ensure selling or obtaining delta-8 is not a felony offense, making it legal in Texas! Here’s everything you need to know about the current Delta 8 THC laws, and the rules for the Texas Hemp Convention coming to Dallas this November.

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Texas House Bill 2593, ‘Temporary Injunctions’, & D8’s Current Standing

The Federal Government recognized Hemp (and Hemp Derived Cannabinoids) as a legal crop in 2018 with the passing of the Farm Bill. As of now, it seems that products containing hemp derived Delta 8 THC fits within the farm bills standards as long as it doesn’t contain over .3% Delta 9 THC.. But some states have passed bills excluding Delta 8 THC from the farm bills definition!

Texas House Bill 2593 was in the Texas legislature June of 2021, and if passed would have ruled Delta 8 illegal to purchase or sell. Fortunately the bill was struck down during the Texas Legislation on the week of 5/31. More recently as of October, there’s been a series of hearings after the Texas Department of State Health Services did issue a statement claiming Delta 8 was a schedule one drug. State district court Judge Jan Soifer on Monday (11/8/2021) granted a temporary injunction against the state to ensure selling or obtaining delta-8 is not a felony offense, making it legal in Texas for the time being. See more details from the Texas Tribune here.

With everything in the industry, laws and regulations are subject to change (fast), so make sure to check the local laws and regulations before the event, and before making any specific purchases or sales.

Delta 8 Rules For #THC2021

The Texas Hemp Convention will be following all federal and state laws! All products advertised on kush.com and at the Texas Hemp Convention must be federally legal and only contain ‘hemp derived cannabinoids’ with a D9 THC result below .3%. States can differ and exhibitors will be from all around the country, so make sure to look into your local laws & regulations before making any specific sales or purchases.

In short: If Delta 8 isn’t illegal in Texas, then it will be allowed at the Texas Hemp Convention. Kush.com cannot provide legal advise on the manner. We recommend that every vendor consult their legal representation and the local laws and regulations for their specific business.

Buying & Selling Delta 8 / Delta 10 on Kush.com

Delta 8 & Delta 10 products are still allowed on kush.com, with the exception of 19 banned states. If you are outside of; Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Idaho, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, and Washington. then you can buy and sell Delta 8 on kush.com. Products on kush.com must be federally legal and only contain ‘hemp derived cannabinoids’, and again, make sure to look into your local laws before making a purchase or sale!

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