Permanently Banning Hemp-Derived THC Products

TAKE ACTIONPermanently Banning Hemp-Derived THC Products


In 2023, New Futures worked in support of a bill that prohibited the sale of gummies, vape canisters, and any other products containing hemp-derived products containing THC, like delta-8 and delta-9, for one year. This bill was signed into law last July.

SB 505 looks to keep these dangerous and unregulated products off shelves in New Hampshire permanently.


About the Bill

Due to a legal loophole, hemp-derived THC products known as delta-8, delta-9, and delta-10 were sold in New Hampshire until October 2023. A 2023 law banned the products for one year, meaning that without more legislative action, the products could return to shelves in October 2024. SB 505 looks to permanently ban these dangerous and unregulated products. 

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Bill Status

SB 505 passed the Senate unanimously in late March. The House Health, Human Services, and Elderly Affairs Committee held a public hearing for the bill on April 17. Next, the committee will hold an executive session to vote on a recommendation for the bill. There's still time to email the committee to urge them to SUPPORT the bill and keep hemp-derived THC products off New Hampshire shelves permanently.

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