KCCI-TV: Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller issued a clarification on Iowa’s hemp and cannabidiol laws after fielding many questions about products found in some Iowa stores. According to the release, “Any product containing cannabidiol is currently classified as a Schedule I controlled substance under Iowa law and is, thus, illegal. At this time, the only exceptions to this classification are FDA-approved medications and Iowa’s medical CBD program, which is administered by the Iowa Department of Public Health. That program is open only to people with state-issued registration cards and only through licensed dispensaries.”