New Mexico’s Senate Conservation Committee has voted unanimously – 9 to 0 – to approve the Industrial Hemp Farming Act, a proposal to legalize the cultivation and production of industrial hemp. The committee voted to move the bill forward without recommendation. If passed into law, the measure would allocate $100,000 to New Mexico State University …
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