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Marijuana and Child Custody: can I use CBD oils and hemp products?
Marijuana and Child Custody: can I use CBD oils and hemp products?

Recently Texas legalized hemp products and CBD oils. This means it is legal to use hemp products and CBD oils in Texas. Therefore, using a legal product should not affect your child custody unlike the consumption of marijuana which is illegal. Using hemp products and CBD ...

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    Recently Texas legalized hemp products and CBD oils. This means it is legal to use hemp products and CBD oils in Texas. Therefore, using a legal product should not affect your child custody unlike the ...

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