Strip mall hangouts for stoners are now forced to dramatically alter their biz.

A recent ruling the deserves attention . . . AND it reveals, yet again, why a ruling from the FEDS on all things weed related is long since overdue . . . So we don't have one municipality after the next making their own rules which often contradict their neighbors. 

Here's the word . . .

To add clarity to this issue, the Johnson County District Attorney's Office and several other jurisdictions across the state asked the Attorney General for a legal opinion on this issue.

On December 2nd, 2021 the Attorney General issued opinion No. 2021-4, which found that Delta-8 THC is a Schedule I controlled substance and is unlawful to possess or sell in Kansas.

The only exception is when it is (1) made from industrial hemp, and (2) if it is industrial hemp, it must contain no more than .3% total tetrahydrocannabinols.

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Johnson County DA says Delta-8 'cannot be sold to the public'

JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) -- Businesses have until March 20 to stop selling Delta-8 products, according to the Johnson County District Attorney. If they do not, they could face criminal penalties.