A Tale of Two Farms: Tennessee and Indiana Serve as Case Studies for Nullification of Hemp Prohibition

Nullification occurs successfully when a state ignores or defies federal edicts, reclaims its own sovereignty, and takes policy-making into its own hands. But it can go horribly wrong when a state tries to comply with federal restrictions and guidelines while attempting to nullify a broader action.

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If you think the Supreme Court selling us down the river is a new thing, or they’re just being pushed around by the President…I’ve got some property to sell you on Jupiter.

The courts are part of the problem, they’ve been part of the problem and they’ll continue to be part of the problem. The problem is the federal government

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