New Jersey Legislation Would Nullify Federal Hemp Ban

A bill introduced in the New Jersey State Assembly would legalize hemp farming and production, effectively nullifying a federal prohibition on the same.

A2719 was introduced on Feb. 24 by Rep. Reed Gusciora (D-15). The bill allows for a state-regulated market to develop in New Jersey that would essentially nullify the decades-long federal ban on industrial hemp within the state.

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West Virginia Action Alert: Support HB3011 to Nullify the Federal Hemp Ban

HB3011, a bill that would legalize industrial hemp for production within the state, was introduced by Del. Mike Manypenny (D-49) on Jan. 9. It was passed through the house and moved to the Senate Judiciary Committee where it will need to pass by a majority before it is voted upon by the full senate.

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Maryland Action Alert: Support HB1010 to Nullify the Federal Hemp Ban

HB1010, a bill that would legalize industrial hemp for production within the state, was introduced on Feb. 6 by Del. Don Dwyer (R-31). It was sent to the Environmental Matters Committee where it will have to be passed by a majority before it is considered for a vote by the whole house.

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