CBD laws vary depending on what state you are in.
CBD is legal in the 28 states which have enacted medical marijuana laws. Marijuana and CBD are legal also in Washington D.C.
In 6 states CBD and any form of cannabis is illegal: Idaho, South Dakota, West Virginia, Nebraska, Kansas, and Indiana. This is not legal advice but you can still use CBD in those, but at your own risk. Law enforcement are not targeting people who use CBD for personal use. Law enforcement are focused on retailers who they don’t want selling CBD in certain areas. There has been no criminal action taken on any one person for personal use of CBD.
16 states have what’s called “CBD only” laws. This means they allow for use of CBD under specific medical circumstances. These states are: Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin. Look up the specific laws in your state.
If you live on an Indian reservation or U.S. territory, consult the government and lawmakers in your area to find out your CBD laws.
Resources to use for your state: