Arizona Passes Bill Legalizing Industrial Hemp Production

Arizona makes a bold move that lays the foundation for the federal legalization of industrial hemp growth.  On February 23, 2017, Senate Bill 1337 was passed. The bill language states that the “director may not prohibit or adopt a rule that prohibits a person from growing industrial hemp based on the legal status of industrial hemp under federal law.”

Arizona joins several other states, including Vermont, California, Oregon, Colorado, Maine, and Massachusetts, in this push to grow and reap the economic benefits of commercialized hemp. Interesting to note that a 2005 Congressional Report  found that the United States is the sole developed nation that has not developed industrial hemp as an agricultural commodity for food, bio-fuel, cosmetics, plastics, and more – an industry with a potential earning of $600 million or more.

How the Meat Industry Killed the Free Market

How the Meat Industry Killed the Free Market

All meat in America is produced by one of four major companies.  According to investigative reporter Christopher Leonard, the meat monopoly has created a system where farmers are in a state of “indebted servitude” like that of the 1900s before meat monopolists were first broken up.  Forty years ago, 36 companies produced all of the chicken and chicken byproducts while today there are only three.

 

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