Tennessee Bill Would Clear Way for Expanding Commercial Hemp Market Despite Federal Prohibition

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Feb. 6, 2018) – Bills introduced in the Tennessee House and Senate would remove hemp and hemp products from the state’s list of controlled substances. Passage of this legislation would open the door for an expanding commercial hemp market in the state, setting the foundation to nullify federal prohibition in practice.

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Indiana Committee Passes Bill to Clear Way for Commercial Hemp Market Despite Federal Prohibition

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan. 26, 2018) – A Indiana House committee unanimously passed a bill that would expand the state’s hemp law to prohibit state prosecution of people who sell or possess industrial hemp and industrial hemp products. Passage of this legislation would open the door for a commercial hemp market in the state, setting the foundation to nullify federal prohibition in practice.

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Indiana Bill Would Clear Way for Commercial Hemp Market, Set Stage to Nullify Federal Prohibition

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan. 15, 2018) – A bill filed in the Indiana House would expand the state’s hemp law to prohibit state prosecution of people who sell or possess industrial hemp and industrial hemp products. Passage of this legislation would open the door for a commercial hemp market in the state, setting the foundation to nullify federal prohibition in practice.

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Hawaii Bill Would Authorize Commercial Hemp Production Despite Federal Prohibition

HONOLULU, Hawaii (Dec. 13, 2017) – The Hawaii Senate will take up a bill in the 2018 legislative session that would expand the state’s industrial hemp program and authorize commercial production of the crop. Passage of the bill would spur development of a hemp industry in the Aloha State and set the foundation to end federal prohibition in effect.

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