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  • jmx98 jmx98 Mar 4, 2013 7:41 PM Flag

    Kentucky Back on Track

    House Agriculture and Small Business Committee Chairman Tom McKee said Monday that a proposal to regulate hemp farming in Kentucky is expected to win approval from his committee Wednesday.

    "I anticipate a very strong vote. It could be a unanimous vote," said McKee, D-Cynthiana.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • McKee was the only reason the vote has been held up (even though I don't think he was against it) but he's obviously on board now after further witnesses testified on the issue. I listened to the testimony and the "For crowd", especially Ag Commisioner Cohen, had way too much positive evidence than the "Against" witnesses. It was pointed out that if Kentucky passes this into law, Rand Paul has pledged to be relentless in his pursuit of getting the Feds to separate Hemp from MJ so hemp farming can begin ONCE AGAIN in the U.S. The CEO from Nativa, a health food store that's been growing at a 55% rate for the last decade, testified how popular and healthy hemp products were and how frustrating it was to have to spend so much money in transportation costs importing hemp from foreign countries!

      Things are happening at break neck speed folks, don't sell it's just a matter of time, probably sooner than later!!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Wednesday!
      More states along the way!
      Kentucky has a strong history with hemp!
      This is huge!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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