Hemp History Week Launches Nationwide June 5-11, 2017

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Hemp History Week Launches Nationwide June 5-11, 2017 | Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – The Hemp Industries Association (HIA) and Vote Hemp launched the 8th annual Hemp History Week, to occur June 5-11, 2017, throughout the country. As event organizers advocate for full federal legalization of industrial hemp farming this Spring, Hemp History Week raises awareness about the environmental sustainability, health benefits, regenerative agriculture potential, and […]

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Kentucky Lawmakers Eye THC Content of State’s Industrial Hemp

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Kentucky Lawmakers Eye THC Content of State’s Industrial Hemp | HWN

FRANKFORT, KY — Industrial hemp legally grown in Kentucky is not considered marijuana. It has only a fraction of THC—or tetrahydrocannabinol, a psychoactive compound—found in marijuana. And state regulators aim to keep it that way. Around 100 pounds of industrial hemp grown under Kentucky’s three-year old Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program were destroyed just three […]

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New Mexico Governor Vetoes Hemp Research Bills

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New Mexico Governor Vetoes Hemp Research Bills | NORML

SANTA FE, NM — New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has vetoed a pair of measures that sought to establish a hemp research program through the state’s Department of Agriculture. The Governor gave no public explanation for the vetoes. The Governor has historically been an outspoken opponent of marijuana law reform efforts – receiving an ‘F’ […]

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Giving Gifts of Hemp for the Holidays

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Giving Gifts of Hemp for the Holidays | The Daily Chronic Staff

Give the gift of hemp this year! Ideal for any cannabis lover or the environmentally conscious on your gift list, hemp products make great gifts that are sure to be enjoyed for years to come due to their durability and sustainability.

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Latest Hemp News

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Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS:HEMP) Completes Installation Of Truck Scale In Time For
Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS:HEMP) has announced that its subsidiary, Industrial Hemp Manufacturing LLC, has completed the installation of its truck scale. In fact, the COO of Hemp, David Schmitt, revealed that the scale has been in use by the company, for the …
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Understanding how industrial hemp can help
This proves that our founders didn't only know about hemp, but they were hemp aficionados from the day they landed. Many have already heard that George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew hemp on their massive estates — right here in Virginia.
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Industrial hemp pilot program backed by House lawmakers
Industrial hemp pilot program backed by House lawmakers. AP Reporting. State Rep. Jack Montoucet wants to study the growing of industrial hemp. But first he had to persuade his colleagues he wasn't creating a path toward legalizing marijuana.
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Hemp Returns
Hemp, which was once a thriving crop at the historic farm, will be planted again after decades of prohibition. The home has been approved to participate in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's 2016 Hemp Pilot Program and will cultivate a small plot …
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N.Dakota official plans trip north to get industrial hemp seeds

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N.Dakota official plans trip north to get industrial hemp seeds
North Dakota issued the nation's first hemp-growing licenses in 2007, but federal drug law hampered development of the industry in the state until Congress in 2014 allowed universities and state agriculture departments to research hemp in states that …
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Bill To Create Industrial Hemp Pilot Program Clears Panel

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Bill To Create Industrial Hemp Pilot Program Clears Panel
A bill to allow the cultivation and distribution of industrial hemp for research was approved by the House Finance Committee on Friday. Senate Bill 2659 would create an industrial hemp pilot program that would allow licensed agents of the state Board …
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Turku University to study industrial hemp uses in construction
Turku University of Applied Sciences has been given a 70-thousand euro grant to research how industrial hemp could be used more in construction. The goal is to see whether the energy efficient and eco-friendly hemp and lime-based hemp concrete could …
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Federal judge will hear arguments on Menominee Tribe's hemp operation
GREEN BAY – A federal judge will hear arguments next month on the Menominee Indian Tribe's lawsuit against the federal government regarding a hemp-growing operation. Oral arguments are set for May 13 before Judge William Griesbach, according to …
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Hemp Insulation: The Healthy Alternative for You and Your Home
Hemp insulation is an alternative to fiberglass and holds many more quality factors. First off, hemp has the ability to absorb moisture. Fiberglas becomes ineffective when dampness is present and also makes a perfect climate for mold and mildew …
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In Celebration of 4/20, Slickwraps Offering Hemp Wraps
For today only, in celebration of April 20 (4/20 aka National Weed Day aka Be Like Snoop Dogg Day), Slickwraps is offering hemp wraps for select devices. For smartphones, the price appears to be consistent at $ 25, while wraps for a MacBook will cost …
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Wednesday's Daily Deal Round-Up: Motorsport, tennis, hemp and more
Motorsport: Elite US stock-car racing series Nascar has agreed a multi-year deal with Lixar. The mobile technology company will work to improve the experience of guests at Nacar events, with a particular focus on registration and garage access.
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One Northeast Tennessee farmer applies for hemp permit

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One Northeast Tennessee farmer applies for hemp permit
He harvested 10 pounds of hemp seeds, for which an approved processor offered him $ 7, a far cry from breaking even on the $ 254 for the state permit and the fees for THC testing to prove he wasn't growing marijuana. Even with the supply problems, the …
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Christian County Processor Providing a Market for Hemp
Growing hemp without a federal permit was banned in 1970 due to its classification as a controlled substance related to marijuana. Hemp got a limited reprieve with the federal farm bill, which allows state agriculture departments to designate hemp …
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TV personality Tim Gunn gunning to promote hemp bill for Massachusetts

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TV personality Tim Gunn gunning to promote hemp bill for Massachusetts
He will ask legislators to pass a bill, currently before the Legislature, allowing farmers in Massachusetts to grow industrial hemp, according to Kathryn Hilderbrand, the owner of The Good Clothing Co. Hilderbrand's company expanded this year into Fall …
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Wana Dubie calls for Schwagstock reunion at Hemp Day
An inspection of Wana Dubie's hemp ball by The Salem News found it has grown to the current size of a basketball. “Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither will be the hemp ball,” Wana Dubie said. “The important thing to recognize is how many people …
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