Hemp Seeds Promoted As The Next Superfood

As awareness about industrial hemp and its health benefits spreads — even Dr. Oz and Oprah have come out as hemp seed fans — more people are incorporating hemp into their everyday diets.

KANSAS: It seems like every few months a new superfood sprouts up and works its way into almost every aisle at the grocery store. Quinoa pasta, almond milk, chia-seed granola bars, flax cereal and kale chips are a few examples. One of the newest hot superfoods might surprise you. Hemp seeds are now used to make everything Read the full article…

Marijuana Group Kicks Off Petition Drive For Oregon Legalization Initiatives

If the trend toward legalization spreads to all 50 states, marijuana could become larger than the organic food industry.

OREGON: Volunteers and paid petitioners have started gathering signatures for two 2014 initiatives that would work in concert to legalize and tax marijuana in Oregon.

Marijuana Group Kicks Off Petition Drive For Oregon Legalization Initiatives

OREGON: Volunteers and paid petitioners have started gathering signatures for two 2014 initiatives that would work in concert to legalize and tax marijuana in Oregon.

Kentucky To Move Forward With Hemp Regulations

Deputy U.S. Attorney General James Cole has made clear that properly regulated industrial hemp programs would not be prosecuted by the federal government.

KENTUCKY: The Kentucky Industrial Hemp Commission voted to move forward with writing regulations for a hemp farming permit program Thursday, as Attorney General Jack Conway considers the impact of a U.S. Department of Justice memo on recreational marijuana.

HEMP Party has high ambitions in Australian election

AUSTRALIA: Australia’s HEMP Party formally launched its election campaign on Monday with a call for cannabis to be legalized for personal and medical use, just as it is now for industrial purposes.

Comer to push for Kentucky to issue hemp licenses by year's end

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer

KENTUCKY: Based on the U.S. Justice Department’s reversal on recreational marijuana, state Agriculture Commissioner James Comer plans to push for Kentucky to begin issuing licenses for hemp cultivation by the end of the year.