This week’s show is divided into two parts.

First, we talk to Shawn Hauser, partner at Vicente Sederberg, a law firm in Denver, Colorado, where she chairs the firm’s Hemp and Cannabinoids Department.

Hauser recently penned an opinion piece in Hemp Industry Daily titled “After the Election, Let’s Focus on Fixing the Arbitrary THC Standard in Hemp.” On this week’s show, she gets into the history of the 0.3% limit and why that limit should be raised to 1%. She argues that raising the THC limit to 1% would eliminate most of the regulatory issues around hemp and would ultimately help farmers by removing the risk involved with growing hemp for cannabinoid production.

Then we check in with Berks County hemp farmer Ben Davies from Wildfox Provisions. We hear about his growing season and harvest, his work with farmer outreach on the Pennsylvania hemp steering committee, and his upcoming panel discussion at the Pennsylvania Hemp Summit Dec. 8 and 9.


Opinion: After the election, let’s focus on fixing the arbitrary THC standard in hemp


Vicente Sederberg, LLP


Interview with Dr. Ernest Small


Wildfox Provisions


2020 Pennsylvania Hemp Summit



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