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Dr, Mark Thornton discusses how industrial hemp was banned in America due to the rise of crony capitalism. The rise of this cronyism was a result of government regulation that was pitched as protecting consumers from monopolies that instead actually granted monopoly power to industry in collusion with government. Lister below or here. Learn about how […]
Look great while wearing hemp and supporting liberty. Hemp is a versatile product that can easily be grown in America but is banned in much of the USA. Recreator is launching hemp T-shirts that are stylish, feel great on the skin and keep their fit when wet. These will be awesome for the beach or […]
By Mark Thornton: Hemp is a plant from the cannabis family that is often closely associated with marijuana. Marijuana or Cannabis indica and Cannabis sativa can contain high concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) which is a psychoactive component of marijuana, along with a large number of other cannabinoids. THC is the primary reason why humans have […]
By Michael Lofti: Vermont has become the most recent state to take a stand against the federal government and nullify the federal ban on hemp cultivation. Governor Shumlin signed the new bill into law in June. Hemp is an agricultural product which may be grown as a crop, produced, possessed, and commercially traded in Vermont […]
Stop the War on Hemp (Freedom, People, etc) Hemp has been making a lot of noise lately, especially with the growing awareness surrounding the use of hemp oil for treating cancer. Although the word ‘hemp’ still often gets confused and lumped into the same definition as Cannabis, a similar but psychoactive plant, it’s important to […]
The Farm Bill failed but it is a good sign to see that a vote on legalizing hemp did pass. From Campaign for Liberty: Thursday morning, the House passed an amendment on industrial hemp to the Farm Bill offered by Representatives Jared Polis (CO), Earl Bluemenauer (OR), and Thomas Massie (KY), by a vote of225-200. […]
Hemp, the cash crop used in a variety of products and that will not get you high, is outlawed in this country and farmers are unable to grow this resilient crop that has an almost endless amount of uses for everyday items. Take Action Now and Help Legalize Hemp! – Drug Policy Alliance Action Center.