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80 percent of North Carolinians want medical marijuana legalized, poll says - Cannabis News

North Carolinians overwhelmingly want to see medical marijuana legalized, according to a new Elon University poll.

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Willie Nelson’s tour bus ‘smelled exactly like Marijuana’

RALEIGH -  The state commission charged with fostering an industrial hemp industry in North Carolina is considering joining a lawsuit against a government agency that it agrees is making things difficult: the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

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This Is How Scholars Think Ancient Egyptians Used Cannabis 3,500 Years Ago

The prospect of growing industrial hemp for a living in Rowan County is apparently a hot topic.

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Hemp Startup Founders Accused of Stock Fraud

ASHEBORO — City officials approved a zoning permit for what may be the first hemp food processing plant in North Carolina.

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What happens if you’re caught flying with Weed

Textile mills in regions such as Western North Carolina lie dormant while Americans import about $500 million worth of hemp annually.

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Use of CBD May Be Associated With Reduced Alcohol Intake, New Study Shows

If passed, House Bill 983 would legalize the use of medical marijuana in North Carolina.

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Educate, Not Berate: How The Media’s View Of Cannabis Has Shifted

Industrial hemp was made legal in North Carolina last week as a result of Gov. Pat McCrory not vetoing or signing the bill after allowing it to sit on his desk for weeks. 

The text of Senate Bill 313 states: “The General Assembly finds and declares that it is in the best interest of the citizens of North Carolina to promote and encourage the development of an industrial hemp industry in the State in order to expand employment, promote economic activity, and provide opportunities to small farmers for an environmentally sustainable and profitable use of crop lands that might otherwise be lost to agricultural production.”



The bill also mandates the creation of the North Carolina Industrial Hemp Commission. This entity will have the responsibility to “establish procedures for reporting to the Commission … for agricultural or academic research and to collaborate and coordinate research efforts with the appropriate departments or programs of North Carolina State University and North Carolina A&T State University.”

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