Would flower, concentrates, THC-infused edibles and other products sold at medical marijuana dispensaries and adult-use retailers be permitted for interstate commerce? Not legally, unless they have FDA approval.  Justin Brandt one of the founding partners at law firm Bianchi & Brandt in Scottsdale, Arizona said “That’s the key. If you have an FDA-approved cannabis product, then … like any other Schedule 3 drug, like Tylenol with codeine, you’re going to be able to have interstate commerce.” But state-“legalized medical cannabis in and of itself doesn’t automatically become a Schedule 3 marijuana product. It’s still separate and distinct, and it’s still technically outside the purview of the FDA and the Controlled Substances Act. It’s still technically federally illegal.”

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