Gov. Mike DeWine this week signed into law Senate Bill 57, legalizing hemp and hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) products in Ohio. This means retailers can start selling hemp-derived CBD products and Ohio’s Department of Agriculture can outline a program for farmers to start growing the crop.
Employers are raising questions about CBD, such as whether there is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in CBD products, or if CBD will show up on drug tests. OMA Connections Partner Working Partners® has published this helpful video and infographic to assist employers (and their employees) in navigating this touchy topic as they work to maintain a drug-free workplace. 8/1/2019