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CHARLESTON, W.V. — The West Virginia Supreme Court directed a lower court to suspend the certifications of a coal miner who claimed his positive drug test was due to his use of CBD oil. The high court ruled the Coal Mine Safety Board of Appeals lacks the authority to “treat the consumption of a CBD product as a legal defense to a positive test for cannabinoids.”