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What Does the New Farm Bill Mean For Legal Cannabis?
By legalizing hemp, the Farm Bill has created a legal source of CBD.
America Began Alcohol Prohibition in 1919 but It's Edging Toward Ending Cannabis Prohibition in 2019
A century after the 18th Amendment prohibited alcohol the nation seems ready to finally let adults make their own choices about cannabis.
CBD From Hemp Is Booming for Body, Mind and Business
Strong consumer demand for CBD and the prospect of a legal supply from domestically grown hemp is fueling a boom.
The Cannabis M&A Boom Is Looking Like the Dot.com Boom. Here's How to Avoid the Bust.
Cannabis company valuations are reaching dizzying heights, which is what often happens to valuations before they fall.
CBD Is Just the First Huge Benefit From Legal Hemp
Hemp has vast potential as an environmentally benign source of many fundamentals of modern life.
Cannabis Legalization and the Quest for Social and Economic Justice
Decades of gross racial disparities in marijuana arrests is now giving way to equally gross racial disparities in who profits from the legal marijuana trade.
The Coming International CBD Boom and How it Will Disrupt the Marijuana Business
By legalizing hemp, the Farm Bill sets the stage for a national and international trade in CBD that will dwarf the market for THC products limited to individual states.
Hemp and Cannabis Leaders Weigh In on the Farm Bill Headed to Trump's Desk
With hemp just one step away from legalization, industry leaders predict far-reaching effects that will shape the future of cannabis in the US.
Hemp Legalization Clears House, Off to President for Final Approval
Trump has signaled he will sign the landmark Farm Bill, allowing hemp to be grown legally in all 50 states.
The Next Big Cannabis Opportunity? Mills to Process Industrial Hemp.
Hemp is likely to soon be a major domestic crop but the nation has nearly no capacity to process the tough fiber.
Hemp Clears Legislative Hurdle and Is Poised to Be Legalized
Hemp was a major commodity product for centuries. Now, after decades of prohibition, it looks like it will be again.