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Kentucky’s hemp crop research enters 3rd year

By Kentucky Dept. of Agriculture   The Kentucky Department of Agriculture has authorized planting of nearly 4,500 acres of hemp for pilot projects this year, compared with about 900 acres of hemp production last year, and 33 acres in 2014, the first year of pilot projects. Since 2015, the number of university-led research projects has […]

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Tanner Hall and the Athlete’s Case for Cannabis – The New Yorker

BY CHARLES BETHEA   In February, Tanner Hall, one of the greatest freestyle skiers of all time—he won seven X Games gold medals and four silver in the Big Air, SlopeStyle, and Superpipe events between 2001 and 2009—signed a deal with a Denver-based cannabis-accessories company called Black Rock Originals. Hall, who is now thirty-two and based […]

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Pennsylvania Senate Unanimously Passes Industrial Hemp Bill

By Thomas H. Clarke |  The Daily Chronic   While sick Pennsylvanians anxiously await the outcome of an expected vote to legalize medical marijuana in the Pennsylvania House, lawmakers in the Senate voted unanimously to approve a bill to create an industrial hemp cultivation pilot program on Wednesday. Members of the Senate voted 49-0 to approve […]

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NFL lineman gives $10k to marijuana research, urges league to match donation

By Oscar Pascual   Current NFL star Eugene Monroe is leading the league in medical marijuana advocacy. The Baltimore Ravens lineman took to Twitter on Monday urging fellow players and commissioner Roger Goodell to match a $10,000 donation towards marijuana research,ESPN reports. In a series of over 30 tweets, the impassioned defensive player advocated for […]

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Former Bulls guard Jay Williams says 80 percent of NBA players use marijuana

By Lindsey Foltin @LindseyBaseball   Jay Williams thinks the NBA needs to get with the times when it comes to marijuana, and allow players to use it without punishment. The former Chicago Bulls guard-turned NBA analyst toldFOXBusiness.com that 75 to 80 percent of players use the drug, which he believes is much safer than the […]

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Coalinga’s new oil boom: Proposal would transform empty prison into cannabis oil facility Read more here: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/state/article66208007.html#storylink=cpy

BY RORY APPLETON rappleton@fresnobee.com   This city founded on the discovery of a petroleum field is looking to strike it rich in a new oil industry. Instead of relying on the black gold pulled from the ground for jobs and economic stability, Coalinga could find future wealth in marijuana by transforming its vacant state prison into […]

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Prison Town Selling Its Jails to Grow Cannabis to Save their Economy — And It’s Working

A tiny California desert town is making a drastic change to reverse its downward spiral and embrace an enlightened future. For 24 years, Adelanto tried unsuccessfully to sustain its economy through prisons, but now it will be hosting a very different kind of business—cannabis cultivation. The town became only the second city in California to […]

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Marijuana Price Steady at $1,918

By Paul Ausick   For the week ended Friday, March 11, the spot price index for a pound of cannabis was essentially unchanged from $1,920 in the prior week to $1,918. The simple average price for a gram slipped a penny from $4.57 to $4.56. Full Article: Marijuana Price Steady at $1,918  

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Hemp waste fibers form basis of supercapacitor more conductive than graphene

Rick Stella A stalk of hemp   “Obviously, hemp can’t do all the things graphene can,” Mitlin acknowledged. “But for energy storage, it works just as well. And it costs a fraction of the price [at] $500 to $1,000 a tonne.” Countries like Canada, China, and the United Kingdom rely heavily on industrially grown hemp for […]

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Alabama Senator says industrial hemp would open new markets for farmers

David Palmer   Companion bills in the Alabama Senate and House of Representatives is aimed at opening a new market by allowing farmers to grow industrial hemp. Sen. Paul Bussman, R-Cullman, and Rep. Ken Johnson, R-Moulton, are sponsoring the bills. The legislation would authorize the state Department of Agriculture and Industries, pr institutions of higher […]

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