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Tuesday, February 14, 2023

The Unjust War on Hemp: 80 Years of Lost Potential.

Marie Landry writes: For more than 80 years, hemp has been unjustly labeled as an illegal drug and has been subject to a lengthy war that has spanned generations. Despite the many potential uses of hemp, it was not widely accepted until the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, which finally legalized hemp on a federal level.

Hemp is a plant that can be used for a wide range of applications including paper, fabric, bioplastics, fuel, and even medical treatments. It is a very sustainable crop and requires minimal resources to grow, and can even help restore soil health. Prior to its illegality, hemp was seen as a viable alternative to many of the issues we are currently facing, such as the reliance on fossil fuels, ecological destruction, and climate change.

The war on hemp has had a significant impact on our society, as it has prevented us from utilizing this valuable resource. However, thanks to the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp is finally being seen as the valuable resource it is and is being utilized for a wide range of applications.

It is important to remember the valuable contributions that hemp can make and to ensure that it is used responsibly. Hemp can help us address many of the issues we are facing and provide us with sustainable solutions to help us build a brighter future.

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