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A Look into Why CBD Advertisements Are No Longer Allowed on Alaska Town’s City Buses

Cheryl Anne

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A Look into Why CBD Advertisements Are No Longer Allowed on Alaska Town’s City Buses
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Alaska will no longer allow CBD advertisements to appear on its city’s buses in an Alaska town. The change comes after several restrictions on the hemp and CBD industry.

According to the bus system, there had been no complaints about the advertisements, but on the other hand, they should not have been implemented because they could cause controversy. Glenn Miller of North Star Borough transportation added that the ads were “not worth a lot of complaints.”

Moreover, Kemp Lankford also discussed with a local newspaper that even though the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp-derived CBD, authorities discussed in a guidance from the FDA stated that the substance cannot be added to dietary supplements, food, or cosmetics. And many businesses in the area also note that the Farm Bill has done little to resolve difficulties in the industry.

Cheryl Anne hails from Great Britain and casts a large shadow with her master’s degree in Relationship Therapy as well as a number of other professional accreditations. While she specializes in psychological thrillers and self-help books, her undeniable and uncanny knack for sifting through the cracks of the cannabis and CBD space are extremely necessary and sought after.

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