Various groups have been pushing harder to separate growing hemp from marijuana, allowing industrial hemp to have a chance.
After years of failed attempts, 2013 could be the year industrial hemp slips the bonds of federal restrictions and becomes a legitimate crop for America’s farmers. Bills were introduced in the U.S. Senate during 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011 — but never made it out of committee. But supporters have high hopes for this year. […]
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