Hawaii Committee Passes Resolution Urging NFL to Allow Players to Use Medical CBD

A Hawaii House Committee has given approval to a resolution urging the National Football League (NFL) to allow players to use CBD (cannabidiol) for medical purposes.

Hawaii’s House Health and Human Services Committee unanimously approved House Resolution 40 on Wednesday, sending it towards a vote by the full House of Representatives. The resolution states; “BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the Twenty-ninth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of 2018, the House of Representatives concurring, that the National Football League is urged to allow injured National Football League players to use cannabidiol in pill or liquid form, in lieu of opioids, to address the pain from work-related injuries”.

The resolution also states; “BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Concurrent Resolution be transmitted to the Commissioner of the National Football League and the respective General Managers of each of the teams that compose the National Football League.”

A companion bill, Senate Concurrent Resolution 34, was recently assigned to the Senate Labor Committee.

1 thought on “Hawaii Committee Passes Resolution Urging NFL to Allow Players to Use Medical CBD”

  1. Yes, I agree with this. Recently, Adam Kemp, a professional basketball player stated that how CBD helped him recover his injuries and let him continue with the ongoing matches. As long as CBD addresses the pain it should be allowed.


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