That said, I hope this leads to all states decriminalizing or fully legalizing marijuana. Regardless, when conservative grandparents are using and promoting CBD it is clear that hemp is here to stay.
Edit: There is some nuance to this 
 This is what we, Cascadia Blooms, pay in Oregon to test the crops fro our farm and you can see our test results at https://www.cascadiablooms.com/direct/store if you want to see the breakdown that comes from a typical test.
All that's happened is that the threshold for successful prosecution has changed slightly - not even necessarily "been lowered", but "changed" - and the state's forensic labs aren't yet set up to deal with the new requirements.
People arrested now who fall under this gray area will likely be released without charges, but there is nothing at all stopping them from arresting them again and charging them next week/month/year when the labs catch up.
It's a temporary situation, and some labs will eventually step in. But there are counties and cities right now just not enforcing (for smallish amounts). Which is unusual for Texas.