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Legal Status for Transport of Hemp Remains Confusing

Hemp transportation has become a hot topic as the clash between federal and state laws create confusion for both law enforcement as well as hemp businesses.  More discussion is needed between the two sides to clarify how industrial hemp can be transported between states. Legal Status for Transport of Hemp Remains Confusing By Eric Miller …

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House Oks industrial hemp bill despite Noem’s call for delay

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – State representatives have overwhelmingly advanced legislation to legalize industrial hemp in South Dakota days after Gov. Kristi Noem asked lawmakers to shelve the efforts this session. The House voted 65-2 Monday to send the bill to the Senate. House Majority Leader Lee Qualm says it’s time to move forward with hemp. The …

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Ultimate Hemp Oatmeal: Supercharge Your Mornings With Hemp

By Ellijah Pickering **Ministry of Hemp** Hemp oatmeal could supercharge your mornings and help you bet a healthier start to 2019. With fresh New Year’s resolutions, many of us have pledged to start healthier habits. So, if you’re doing your due diligence to finally start eating healthier, you’ve come to the perfect place. Today we’re giving …

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Where Did 0.3% THC So Called Hemp Definition Come From? CANADA!

Please stop giving away American assets to foreign corporations The hemp definition that is spreading like a virus in the United States of America of a 0.3% THC limit, is an illusion to distract many from the bigger opportunities in hemp in the U.S.A.. However, there is a legal definition which has existed long before this …

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Better Nomenclature Needed; Not By Phenotype or Genotype, but Chemotype?

Richard Rose: Your CannaCoach, Pioneer in the Hemp Industry for 24 Years. We need better nomenclature for discussing Cannabis, beyond Indica/Sativa or evenNLD/BLD/NLH/BLH. Why? Because… Strain names are about as informative as band names, and that’s because… The same genotype could produce wildly different chemical composition depending on growing practices. There are virtually no pure or true Indica or Sativa cultivars anymore, they are all Hybrids. You …

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California’s SB 1409: Merely Re-arranging Hemp Chairs on the Titanic?

Richard Rose From Cannalaw Blog: “Existing California law also requires that industrial hemp only be grown by those on the list of approved hemp seed cultivars. That list includes only hemp seed cultivars certified on or before January 1, 2013. Industrial hemp may only be grown as a densely planted fiber or oilseed crop, or …

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Indiana Hemp Bills: HB-1137, HB-124, SB-52, SB 370 & SB-371

Again we are seeing a similar pattern with the Pending hemp bills in Indiana: More Restriction on a plant that is already legal. “It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our Cannabis laws, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” – (adapted from Henry Ford) Indiana HB 1137 legalizes CBD …

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South Dakota Hemp 2018: Beware Bills HB-1204 & SB-205

South Dakota farmers want hemp, but the legislators want to give it control to the big corporations. Hemp legislation like this is damaging to the American farmer. Making hemp “Designated an oil-seed” crop in the legislative language is an attempt to control the plant. When legislation defines what a plant can be used for, ALARMS should …

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The “New” (and evil) Farm Bill HB-3530

Please read this bill and notice that there is a restrictive definition of hemp. Real hemp supporters do not want this. There is no need for a ‘research hemp’ definition. Beware those that are lobbying for the bill, it is against the American farmer!! https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/3530/text

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