These States Defy Feds to Allow Industrial Hemp Farming

By Tenth Amendment Center

Federal law now authorizes hemp farming in states for RESEARCH purposes only. But farmers in Colorado, Vermont and elsewhere are going beyond what the feds authorize and are growing for commercial purposes already. If this trend continues, it won’t matter what the feds try to do – their prohibition won’t be worth the paper it’s written on.


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4 Comments on "These States Defy Feds to Allow Industrial Hemp Farming"

  1. What’s there to defy? The Feds have no business INSIDE the state. The state politicians are being traitorous for allowing the Feds in.

  2. grow cannabis and destress – move to the wonderful state of Colorful Colorado – bring your friends – they can make clothes or paper out of the left overs. Trully an entire economy can be hemp based.
    It’s a way to shed the beast system.

  3. Next time, could you use a bigger mic?

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