Two Bills Legalizing Industrial Hemp Introduced In Michigan House Written By: Rick Thompson LANSING- Two Republican House Representatives have introduced bills to allow research on industrial hemp in Michigan. One problem: they’ll have to redefine marijuana to get the proposed program to pass. HB 5439 and HB 5440, were just
I have a question. Before I ask Here’s The Foundation: In 1970, Congress placed cannabis into the category of Schedule 1 of the Controlled Substances Act. (Schedule 1 is a category that is tightly restricted and reserved for drugs that have “no currently accepted medical use and a lack of
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Patient/Caregiver Fees Are Being Used When a Michigan medical marijuana patient sends their fee to the state Capitol (Lansing) to register – they reasonably assume the money goes to processing and ensuring the card and required documents reach her. If someone were to ask me what happens to the
Inspections are underway today on Tennessee hemp farms. Written By: Matthew Frederick email@example.com For the first time in more than 7 decades, Tennessee farmers are legally tending to their hemp crops. In January, State legislators legalized industrial hemp farming – allowing farmers to immediately begin applying for hemp licenses. Individuals interested
Hemp Is So Wonderful… This Is Why! Hemp is a commonly used term for high growing varieties of the Cannabis plant and its products, which include fiber, oil, and seed. Hemp is refined into products such as hemp seed foods, hemp oil, wax, resin, rope, cloth, pulp, paper, and fuel.
WAIMANALO, Hawaii (AP) — Legally sanctioned industrial hemp is growing in Hawaii’s soil for the first time in about 15 years. Researchers, lawmakers and farmers sprinkled newly acquired hemp seeds into the ground at the University of Hawaii’s Waimanalo Research Station during a ceremony on Friday, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported.
Hawaii flew a hemp flag over its Capitol For the first day of its legislative session, A hemp American flag flew over the Hawaii Capitol At the opening of its legislative session Wednesday the flag raising was sponsored by Rep. Cynthia Thielen (R), who co-sponsored a 2013 bill legalizing hemp
Hats, Shirts, Milk — The Hempest Has It All, And It’s All Made Of Hemp By Mikala Reasbeck BOSTON — Jon Napoli jokes that when he opened a small shop specializing in hemp products in 1995, it was because, at 23, he just didn’t have anything better to do. But that’s
Ganja Interests Wary Of Internal Business Rivalry Written By: Neville Graham, Business Reporter Despite strong ministerial and legislative signals, segments of the marijuana lobby are unsure that sufficient protections will be afforded to the persons who currently supply the raw material. The challenges of integration for a product that is
Investing in Hemp This is Better Than Drug Money. Written By: Jeff Siegel Now that marijuana is legal in the state of Colorado, the plant is finding its way into more than just cigarettes. You can now find it in brownies, muffins, cakes, and — believe it or not —
The man behind the Richmond company that won’t stop growing Written by Phi James John Roulac of Nutiva for almost 15 years, Roulac has not only been outspoken about health fads and mainstream environmental causes, but has thrived on them, creating an empire. According to Inc. magazine, Nutiva revenue has
Industrial Hemp Gets New Kentucky Supporter: Mitch McConnell By GABE BULLARD Joining his fellow Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and state Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell now supports industrial hemp. In a statement released Thursday, McConnell said Paul and Comer both Republicans, like McConnell have convinced him that
Connecticut studying whether hemp can be a new cash crop Written By: Gregory B. Hladky In msbury, there’s a farmer who would like to “throw some hemp seed in the ground and see how it grows.”A Bolton entrepreneur thinks hemp pellets could be used in stoves, and a University of
Written by: Johnny Green Petition started to legalize hemp and marijuana in Ohio. Petitions are not legally binding, however, they are a good tool to express interest in a political cause, especially when it comes to marijuana reform. If enough people sign a petition, activists and media members can refer