In the ongoing saga of delta-8 THC sales in Texas, on Monday a Travis County district court judge lifted a temporary injunction on legal delta-8 sales. That effectively makes the sale of delta-8 THC products legal statewide—at least until a lawsuit on the matter gets its full hearing in early 2022.
This particular battle began in Jan. 2021, when the Texas Dept. of State Health Services declared that delta-8 THC was an illegal substance across the state.
That ruling was challenged by Hometown Hero, an Austin-based manufacturer of hemp-derived products, some of which include delta-8 THC. Austin is located in Travis County.
Leafly’s Max Savage Levenson recently took a deeper dive into the Texas delta-8 controversy, and Hometown Hero’s challenge, in…
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