Washington State’s House of Representatives has unanimously approved Second Substitute House Bill 1888, a proposal to explicitly legalize hemp cultivation. In Washington, the cultivation of hemp was technically decriminalized through the passage of Initiative 502; however, the initiative failed to establish any specific regulatory system for hemp, and it set the limit for the THC …
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