Hemp moves ahead Via Richmond.com Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 8:41 am By JACOB GEIGER Richmond Times-Dispatch Hemp moves ahead The House of Delegates could hold a final vote Monday on industrial hemp. Virginia farmers in the distant past were required to grow the product. But in this century is has been outlawed as part of the war on drugs. The measure before the house would legalize it for growth.
. 2014 was Great for iHemp. Hemp the Fastest Growing Business Globally ! ______________________ Kentucky Seeking Hemp Growers for 2015 “Last spring the DEA wasted precious taxpayer resources when it confiscated a shipment of hemp seeds intended for a pilot project in Kentucky,” Massie said in a Vote Hemp release. “By defunding further DEA interference, this amendment saves taxpayer dollars and gives states and research institutions the freedom to pursue hemp pilot programs.”
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