Cannabidiol News May 17 2019
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An IndyCar Series team is tapping into the developing CBD industry for sponsorship money.
DEFY performance drink is partnering with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports to have its name on James Hinchcliffe’s and Marcus Ericsson’s cars for the Indianapolis 500 and rest of the IndyCar season. The company was co-founded by Pro Football Hall of Famer, Terrell Davis.
The Wolfpack say they are the first pro sports team to enter the CBD-infused products marketplace. The first product is a CBD-infused topical cream called Rugby Strength, designed to “combat acute aches and pains.” It will hit the market “in the coming months.”
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is trying to convince Congress to include a provision in the supplemental disaster aid bill that would force the Agriculture Department to develop crop insurance for hemp in 2020, but a Kentucky state official said Wednesday that USDA would not be able to develop a regular crop insurance policy for the 2020 crop year. At a briefing on hemp sponsored by the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, Keith Rogers, chief of staff in the Kentucky Agriculture Department, said he has had many conversations with McConnell about the crop insurance issue. Crop insurance is a “tremendous issue” for hemp growers, Rogers said, but it would be “impossible” for the Agriculture Department’s Risk Management Agency and crop insurance companies to come up with policies by 2020.
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