The Alaska Legislature has passed a bill that would establish a permanent industrial hemp program for the state and allow for interstate commerce of Alaska-grown and manufactured hemp products. The measure would replace a state pilot hemp program set up in 2018. The proposed law, which passed the legislature by a 58-2 vote, now awaits the signature of Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
Posted By: HempToday® May 21, 2021
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