The Georgia hemp bill allowed the development of hemp in the state under the specification that the plants created under 0.3 percent THC (making the plant adequately non-inebriating). Georgia turned into the 42nd state to build up a hemp program.
The Hope Act established the framework for the legitimate development, creation, dissemination, and offer of the low-THC cannabis oil required by clinical patients. The measure called for up to six privately owned businesses to be authorized by the state. Two indoor development licenses could be given to organizations with up to 100,000 square feet of developing space. Also, four indoor development licenses could be given to organizations with up to 50,000 square feet of developing space.