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South Dakota Senate to Consider bill Criminalizing Use of CBD Oil

Commentary: Keep a sharp eye out, there will be attacks like this in each state unless stopped by ALL OF US. This will continue with other Cannabinoids if nothing is done to stop the Hemp Round Table and their manipulation of the worlds Cannabis plants. Remember they helped create this mess. PIERRE, S.D. — The state Senate’s …

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Nebraska: Bill to Allow Growing Industrial Hemp

Thirteen years ago, industrial hemp‘s resemblance to marijuana sank legislation to legalize growing of hemp in Nebraska. On Tuesday, a bill to allow production and marketing of industrial hemp sailed through first-round debate in the Nebraska Legislature. Legislative Bill 1001, introduced by State Sen. Norm Wallman of Cortland, advanced on a 32-1 vote. He said …

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association

The Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association is a member-owned corporation providing assistance, information, and resources to partner-members endeavoring to produce or sell industrial hemp. Incorporated in 1994, the Cooperative seeks to uphold a tradition of legal and profitable hemp production in Kentucky. The original Kentucky hemp cooperative association, organized during WWII, produced high-quality industrial hemp …

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Hemp is not marijuana

Industrial Hemp Industry Inches Closer to Ending Prohibition

Industrial Hemp Industry Inches Closer to the End of Prohibition on the Federal Level with Recent Amendments by Lawmakers in California and Washington, DC LAS VEGAS, May 28, 2013  — As a leading innovator in the industrial hemp market, Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP) keeps a strong foothold in its sector with recent acquisitions and partnerships …

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Hemp Farming in the USA

Bipartisan Bill In Support Of Industrial Hemp Farming Introduced

Rep. Massie And Rep. Schrader Introduce Bipartisan Bill In Support Of Industrial Hemp Farming H.R. 525, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act, and Senate Companion Bill Promise Economic Opportunity by Removing Restrictions on Industrial Hemp Farming in the United States Vote Hemp is pleased to announce that this week, Representatives Thomas Massie (R-KY) and Kurt Schrader …

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Growing hemp in Colorado will likely look like this

NPR: Hemp Gets The Green Light in Colorado

With recreational marijuana now legal in Colorado, small-scale recreational marijuana shops will open up soon in places like Denver and Boulder. But that’s not the only business that could get a boost: Large-scale commercial farmers may also be in line to benefit. Why? When Colorado voters legalized marijuana last November, they also legalized hemp. As …

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DEA’s myopic policy on industrial hemp hinders Kentucky’s economy

Keith Halladay, KY – This past January, on the first day of the Kentucky legislature’s 2011 session, state Sens. Joey Pendleton, Perry Clark, and Kathy Stein introduced Senate Bill 30, which would create regulatory and licensing procedures for Kentucky residents wishing to grow industrial hemp. The bill provides for criminal background checks of growers, sellers …

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Go Grow Yourself a Life

“Go Grow Yourself a Life” is new Government program aimed to stamp out hunger and poverty

In a bold step today, Congress introduced a new law that gives the national parks service the authority and duty to hand out free hemp seeds to all persons without jobs. The ‘Go Grow Yourself a Life’ program is expected to be able to reach almost 72 million Americans in the first year and will …

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