So congress just “legalized” hemp farming. Well, they inched towards it. A good thing. Read the report here.
They intend to allow universities and other limited organizations to grow hemp for research.
MEANWHILE, back at the ranch in Colorado – there are literally FIELDS of HEMP growing – for commercial purposes.
Colorado has nullified.
Vermont did so last year – farmers have yet to start growing though. They should.
Bills pending in WA, TN, SC, WV, HI and elsewhere would create hemp farming industries – whether Congress gives them “permission” to or not.
GET ON BOARD – and support your state nullifying this so-called federal ban on hemp farming.
It is disgusting that DC continues to prevent US farmers from growing a profitable crop, while the US is the #1 importer in the world of hemp. China is the #1 exporter, and Canada is #2
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