Fed threatens Oklahoma hemp farmers

Fed threatens Oklahoma hemp farmers

An Oklahoma hemp company is suing a federal agricultural official for allegedly trying to coerce farmers away from participating in the state’s industrial hemp pilot program through false and unlawful statements. As reported in Hemp Industry Daily, the lawsuit by Equitable Organic Ventures (EOV) claims that Scott Biggs, executive director of the Oklahoma division of…

Immigration services determines marijuana users, workers lack “good moral character”

Immigration services determines marijuana users, workers lack “good moral character”

Immigrants who use marijuana or are involved with the industry fail to have “good moral character.” That’s the reason U.S. Citizenship and Immigration officials have given for denying citizenship to anyone involved with marijuana in any way, including possession, manufacturing, distribution or dispensing of cannabis, regardless of state laws. “U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is…

What are they smoking?

What are they smoking?

Marijuana grown by the University of Mississippi for clinical research purposes shared genetics typically associated with industrial hemp, not commercially available cannabis, according to an analysis prepared by researchers at the University of Northern Colorado.  A separate study published in 2017 reported that U-Miss samples contain far lower levels of both THC and CBD than do commercially available cannabis….

Spoken Smokin

Spoken Smokin

“Congressional overreach in authority (via the Controlled Substances Act) has resulted in numerous consequences aside from the current jurisdictional quagmire manifested into an apparent clear, present, and ongoing bio-threat to the national security of the United States as well as our continental neighbors, and possibly the world.” – Cannabis Activist Ron Kiczenski, Lake County Record…