U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, U.S. Reps. John Yarmuth and Thomas Massie, former Director of Central Intelligence R. James Woolsey (Clinton Administration), and Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer will testify before the state Senate Agriculture Committee in support of Senate Bill 50, state Sen. Paul Hornback’s legislation to establish an administrative framework for industrial hemp, on Monday, Feb. 11, at 11 a.m. EST in Room 131 of the Capitol Annex in Frankfort. Immediately following the vote on SB 50, the group will move to Room 154 of the Capitol Annex to take questions from the media.
U.S. Senator Rand Paul joined a bipartisan lineup of witnesses who testified before the state Senate Agriculture Committee in support of Senate Bill 50, state Senator Paul Hornback’s legislation to establish an administrative framework for industrial hemp, on February 11 in Frankfort. Video Rating: 5 / 5
Chris Taylor is running for the District 48 State Assembly Seat in Madison, Wisconsin. In this video she responds to the question “Would you support hemp and/or medical marijuana legislation?”
This video was taken on May 31, 2011, at a Candidate Forum held at the Barrymore Theater. In this Forum, Chris introduced herself and responded to a variety of questions demonstrating that she will best represent the citizens of Madison’s east side, Monona, Blooming Grove, McFarland and Dunn in the District 48 State Assembly.
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On Tuesday, March 26, the Kentucky General Assembly agreed to final passage of Kentucky Senate Bill 50, which would set up a framework to regulate industrial hemp in Kentucky. Sen. Paul has pledged to seek a waiver from the administration when a regulatory framework is in place. He has also introduced legislation at the federal level that removes restrictions on the production of industrial hemp.
“I commend the Kentucky General Assembly for final passage of Senate Bill 50. I want to thank Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer, Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Paul Hornback and the members of the Kentucky Industrial Hemp Commission for their leadership and hard work in passing this legislation,” Sen. Paul said. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Rand Paul and Hemp Blazers: My Weekend in Vegas
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Missouri Bill Would Legalize Hemp Farming, Nullify Federal Ban
A bill introduced in the Missouri State Senate would authorize the farming, production, and sale of industrial hemp in the state, effectively nullifying the federal prohibition on the same once put into effect. Senate Bill 255 (SB255), introduced by … Read more on Tenth Amendment Center (blog)
Other Views: Clearing the way for hemp farming
The four senators this week said they were co-sponsoring a bill, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2015, which would remove federal restrictions on the domestic cultivation of industrial hemp. The bill would remove hemp from the federal Schedule I … Read more on Mail Tribune