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1998: IHA replies to Canadian hemp regulations

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Celebrating Hemp History Month – According to the “Proposed Industrial Hemp Regulations”, industrial hemp will still be regulated in a drug control framework, rather than an agricultural crop. Agriculture Canada is conspicuously absent throughout these proposals. Even if the present sentiment of legislators is that industrial hemp is a drug issue, it is not. Although industrial hemp does contain trace amounts of THC, it is of no practical significance. There is also a minor percentage of precious gold dissolved in sea water, but it is no more economically feasible to extract than is THC from hemp. (more)

This series courtesy of the Richard Rose Report

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