Gadsden Borohemp Wins Legal Victory Against Health Department

A Montgomery County Circuit Judge Wednesday suspended, at least temporarily, the Alabama Department of Public Health’s efforts to block Gadsden’s borohemp from manufacturing CBD and cannabinoid edible products.

Judge James H. Anderson granted the temporary restraining order sought by the borough (specifically TSLT Holdings LLC) against ADPH and state health officer Dr. Scott Harris, allowing the borough owners to go out of business. discourages taking actions that it claims lead to

Anderson said in the order that Boro would “suffer immediate and irreparable harm, without legally adequate remedies,” under the Alabama Code and supporting case law without the TRO. was proved.

The labs at Bolo Hemp's CBD product manufacturing facility in Alabama have the most stringent hygiene and cleanliness protocols in place.

The judge also found Boro “has at least a reasonable chance of winning on the final merits of the case.” He has scheduled a June 6 hearing for a permanent injunction against the Department of Health barring ADPH from interfering with the company’s operations pending final judgment in the lawsuit.

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