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Rand Paul Introduces Senate Companion Bill to Ron Paul's H.R. 1831 Hemp Farming Act

Senator Wyden and Senator Paul Introduce Bi-partisan Senate Companion Bill to H.R. 1831, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act
Historic Senate Bill Promises Economic Opportunity by Removing Restrictions on Industrial Hemp Farming in the United States


Appears that this bit of legislation is flying under the MSM radar as there are 4 articles in Google, since Friday, Aug 3RD, when the news was released by Vote Hemp.

If you have a moment, please contact your Senators and ask them to sponsor the Bi-Partisan Sentate Companion Bill to H.R. 1831 Hemp Farming Act, PROMISING ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY by removing restrictions on industrail hemp farming in the USA.

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bigmikedude's picture

Note to fellow farmers:

And you thought losing a full row of crop to people stopping along the side of the road to snag a few of your sweet corns and sunflowers was a problem...

Better start packin' and stop sleepin'. Lol

It will be the advent of the only crop circles where the whole field completely vanishes overnight.

Although it might be amusing to sit and watch some stoned deer and groundhogs with cotton mouth at the horse trough while having your morning coffee.

"You would have to smoke a

"You would have to smoke a joint the size of a telephone pole to get high from hemp" -Dr. Paul

You can't get high on

You can't get high on industrial hemp.

Blessings )o(

I think that depends on your canibinoid receptors

It seems that some people do get a high from even the smallest amounts of canibinoids, as all cannabis has canibinoids, and all people have canibinoid receptors. Perhaps some strains are perfect for some people, and others, for other people. Seems this is true for medicinal canabis where people swear their variety is the best, while it doesn't do anything for others who also have their own favs.

Matter of fact, I KNOW it depends on one's cannibanoid receptors.

Well certainly not with THAT

Well certainly not with THAT attitude!

bigmikedude's picture

Yeah, and field corn isn't sweet

but people still snag some thinking it is.

Maybe it was the way the harvested it?

Maybe that is what made it sweet for them?

I have a feeling

Monsanto has come up with genetically altered cannabis hemp, 100% canibanoid free, so there won't be any crop circles excuses to vanish a feilds (Crop circles, that was funny)

that's terrible

Hope you're wrong Granger. Unfortunately, you're probably right.

In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.

I hope I'm wrong too HolisticMD

Just seems to me, unless there's a global corproation behind it, controlling it from top to bottom, wee the people don't get it.

The good news is, it appears that the monsanto genetic mutations are short lived, as mother nature appears to insist doing things her way.