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ND, three other states make pitch to allow hemp cultivation

Ag Commission Johnson says Drug Enforcement Agency ‘cordial,’ but cautioned about fed law complications Herald Staff Reporthttp://www.grandforks.com/mld/grandforks/13898695.htm North Dakota and three other states made their case today with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency to allow the cultivation of industrial hemp, according to the state Department of Agriculture. North Dakota Agriculture …

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State agriculture commissioners push industrial hemp

Associated PressBISMARCK, N.D. – Allowing North Dakota farmers to cultivate industrial hemp will be “extremely complicated” under present federal laws, Agriculture Commissioner Roger Johnson says. Johnson and state agriculture commissioners from Massachusetts, West Virginia and Wisconsin met Friday in Washington, D.C., with Joseph Rannazzisi, a Drug Enforcement Administration official, and …

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Ga. Senate bill would outlaw ‘pot candy’

DOUG GROSS Associated Press ATLANTA – Candy that’s flavored like marijuana would be outlawed under a bill proposed in the state Senate. The effort, spearheaded by Sen. Vincent Fort, D-Atlanta, is one of several throughout the nation targeting increasingly popular candies marketed with drug-inspired names like Purple Haze and advertised …

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Ga. Senate bill would outlaw ‘pot candy’

Candy that's flavored like marijuana would be outlawed under a bill proposed in the state Senate. The effort, spearheaded by Sen. Vincent Fort, D-Atlanta, is one of several throughout the nation targeting increasingly popular candies marketed with drug-inspired names like Purple Haze and advertised with slogans such as, "Every Lick is Like Taking a Hit."

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