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After more than a half century of being forbidden from growing hemp, farmers from across the state gathered in Adams County recently to ask experts about the now-legal plant. "I've read about it," said Dick Blumenhein, a Boulder resident with a farm
Indiana's seed commissioner has asked the federal government for permission to allow Hoosier farmers to begin growing industrial hemp under new state regulations. Seed Commissioner Robert Waltz said Thursday that industrial hemp cannot be legally
March 10th, 2014 For Spring 2014 Vans introduces a new collection that uses double-stitched hemp as the main ingredient on each shoe's upper. The seven-piece range features three classic silhouettes the Sk8-Hi, Era and Madero done up in neutral
Hemp registration is open for farmers in Colorado, the first state to start regulating industrial hemp since the federal government allowed limited hemp regulation. A handful of Colorado farmers grew industrial hemp last year without interference
One of the South Dakota lawmakers behind a failed effort to ease restrictions on hemp production said he expects the issue to come before the Legislature again next year. A resolution urging the federal government to reconsider hemp's status as a
Asked about his supporting role in the 2013 indie film The Motel Life, Kristofferson drew a blank. I'm doing the best I can, the 77-year-old Brownsville, Texas, native said, his cigarettes-and-whiskey voice thickened and weathered by age. The brain
With Congress resisting marijuana reform, and President Barack Obama giving it lukewarm support, the marijuana train keeps chugging along. To paraphrase a Grateful Dead song there certainly has been trouble behind and trouble ahead.
President Barack Obama’s administration has acted again to make clear it will not stand in the way of the growing marijuana industry. Millions are already being made by businesses legal under laws in more than 20 states. Soon
It was a very sweet Valentine's Day for marijuana dealers this year. The Obama administration on Friday made it easier for marijuana merchants in 20 states and the District of Columbia to conduct business with banks, a move that
President Barack Obama’s administration is under growing pressure from the scientific community, patients and political leaders to make it possible to lift the bar on marijuana research and see if it is the wonder drug some claim it is.