Hemp Farming Legality Update 5/2/19

Idaho State Police Seize 7000 Pounds of Hemp, Company Suing Federal law may have legalized industrial hemp, but it’s up to the states to decide whether they want the strain of Cannabis sativa containing less than 0.3% THC legalized in their own states. However, does this give states the right to block interstate commerce of Read more about Hemp Farming Legality Update 5/2/19[…]

Hemp Farming Legality Update 4/24/19

The 2018 Farm Bill passed last December gave us a legal definition of hemp as Cannabis sativa containing less than 0.3% THC. This particular strain of the plant and the substances extracted from it will no longer subject farmers, vendors, and consumers to be forcibly removed from civil society and locked in cages. “Hemp” is Read more about Hemp Farming Legality Update 4/24/19[…]

Industrial Hemp Legal at the Federal Level, but Growers Must wait for States to Act

The Agriculture Improvement Act, or 2018 Farm Bill, was signed into law December 20, 2018. It legalizes the production of industrial hemp nationwide. Hemp and marijuana come from the same plant, Cannabis sativa. Different strains of this plant are used to produce more fiber, more flower, more CBD, or more THC. In Section 297A, the Read more about Industrial Hemp Legal at the Federal Level, but Growers Must wait for States to Act[…]