Dozens of people came to a Southern California hemp importer’s warehouse to look at products and support the domestic farming of industrial hemp.
Proposition 64, passed by the voters in 2016, eliminated California’s previous requirement that farmers get a federal DEA license to plant the crop, which is nearly impossible to get.
That has cleared the way for California farmers to bypass the DEA and grow hemp under the federal Farm Bill.
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Chris Conrad ~ TheLeafOnline.com ~