The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has had second thoughts about allowing beer and wine licensees to sell CBD edibles.

The board announced March 23 that it would reverse a decision from last year that authorized the licensees to sell edible products containing the cannabinoid, according to the Associated Press.

Board members voted in June 2021 to allow all retail licensees, such as convenience stores, to sell edible CBD products, including gummies, non-alcoholic beverages and tinctures, in order for them to compete with a convenience store chain that had received permission to sell the items earlier that month, AP reported.

The Liquor Control Board then expanded the rule to allow beer distributors to also sell CBD edibles, according to the news outlet.

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture requested that the rule be reversed, AP reported, citing concerns that the sale of consumable CBD products is illegal under state law.