Hawaii’s full House of Representatives has given unanimous approval to legislation that woud explicitly legalize the cultivation, production and distribution of hemp in the state. The measure – House Bill 2555 – now heads to the Senate, where it’s expected to pass. Under the proposed law, introduced by Representative Kaniela Ing (D-Kihei) with 34 cosponsors, …
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