Florida Pushed Past Missouri with Hemp Bill

Florida passes hemp bill into law.
Missouri legislators have been one-upped again as another state has legalized hemp cultivation. Nineteen states have done what Missouri legislators have failed to do for the last three years running; allow Missouri to start an industrial hemp pilot program. Florida will now move ahead of Missouri in cultivating hemp. Florida's Governor Rick Scott signed an Industrial Hemp Pilot Project bill into law on June 16, 2017. The hemp bill passed the Florida House with a majority support of 108 YEA...
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Nevada’s Green Rush Leaves Missouri in the Dust

Nevad's early start adult-use cannabis program starts mid-2017.
Missouri cannabis activists will be watching from the sidelines again as another state scrambles to hire hundreds of cannabis industry workers and braces for tens of millions of retail cannabis sales to adults starting this summer. Nevada state officials couldn't wait until January 1, 2018 to start their voter-approved adult-use cannabis market. The state's tax officials approved temporary regulations at the end of May for retail cannabis sales mid-2017. Now the rush is on to get ready for re...
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