Shoppers who don’t already know Canada from her YouTube videos will encounter a fast-talking, perpetually peppy confidence booster who aims to treat women like their honest best friend — helping women find pieces that highlight their assets and dress around what they believe are flaws. “I get joy, not out of the sale, but in getting women into clothes that make them feel great and be happy and put a smile on their face,” she said. She believes in waist-defining belts, popped collars and wristloads of bracelets, but beyond those trimmings, ends her style videos by saying, “The single most beautiful thing a woman can wear every day is her confidence.” When the event is over, Canada will head home to Wisner to visit her family.
Her parents, Dale and Helen Moeller, and two brothers live there. Dale Moeller is retired as a veterinarian’s assistant, and Helen Moeller is a longtime secretary and secretary’s assistant at the high school. Canada also has a sister in North Carolina; the women were both home recently to catch the Eagles concert at the CenturyLink Center. Canada, who married her personal trainer, Garrett Canada, in Las Vegas 10 years ago, offers friends in the Naples-Fort Myers area $1 million if they can guess where she’s from. They guess New York or California, never Wisner, Nebraska. “I went to country school until sixth grade,” Canada says. “I tell them, ‘Laura Ingalls,’ and they all laugh.” But her favorite drive is one she’ll get to make this week, heading west on Dodge, into Fremont, and north to Wisner, past the corn and the cows. “It just makes me feel, I don’t know, there’s nothing like it.” Chicos village pointe omaha ne. Chico's FAS Omaha, NE ABOUT CHICOS FAS Chico's FAS, Inc.
So to answer the question, yes, CBD oil is, in fact, legal in the state.
However, the state maintains that marijuana and all its derivatives should be grown and sold within the state only. To put it simply, no marijuana comes in and no marijuana goes out. Every product you will find in local retailers including edibles and oils are grown by state-licensed producers within the state. Anyone caught bringing in marijuana or CBD products from an outside source will have their licenses revoked by the LCB.