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Science & Policy Work Group Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
alyssa
27:33
I would agree and I would add that while Delta-8 is naturally occurring, it is only in small amounts. It needs to be chemically synthesized. The way that it is being produced and marketed potentially makes it an analogue subject to federal prosecution.
Jahan Marcu, PhD
30:22
Delta8 listed as schedule 1… https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/schedules/orangebook/d_cs_drugcode.pdf
Jahan Marcu, PhD
35:05
The definition of “THC” seems to be moving target
Dave Grant
37:00
I think labeling and consumer education is crucial. Labeling "synthetically derive" contents might be the first step
Stephen Cobb
37:44
Is a way to approach this to add a line to the prohibited additives section: Hemp derived THC Isomers are prohibited ingredients? Enforcement would be tough, but at least it would be explicit that you can’t use hemp derived D8 to cut costs or subvert metric?
Stephen Cobb
38:21
metrc*
David Vaillencourt
44:37
that was a ton of good information. thanks for summarizing Jenny!!
Jenny Germano
45:11
You're Welcome! Here are my notes - I will upload file
Jenny Germano
46:13
Feel free to download
Jason Lopez
46:50
Thank you Jenny!
alyssa
01:01:44
This is Alyssa Samuel at Husch Blackwell, I have been heading the research for our firm on this issue and just hosted a webinar on it. I would like to be involved in the subcommittee.
Heather Krug
01:04:55
heather.krug@state.co.us
Dominique Mendiola, MED
01:12:12
Winter Rule Schedule: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IaNkuD_Gb3nuFQg9Hks_qmfX7gM0W5p7_BvwDXTq6TI/edit?usp=sharing
Stephen Cobb
01:12:32
Thank you all for running this workgroup and for all of your hard work!