Indiana Legislature Approves Hemp Legalization, Measure Heads to Governor

Indiana’s legislature has given approval to Senate Bill 357a proposal to legalize industrial hempindianahemp. The measure was approved unanimously through the Senate last month, and was approved with a 93 to 4 vote through the House of Representatives earlier this week; given that the House amended the bill, the Senate needed to sign-off on it one more time, which they did today. The measure now heads to Governor Mike Pence for consideration.

Under the proposed law, the cultivation of industrial hemp would be legal for those who become licensed with the state to do so.

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Indiana House Votes to Legalize Hemp

In a 93 to 4 vote Indiana’s House of Representatives has given approval to Senate Bill 357a proposal to legalize industrial hemp in the state. The measure (given an amendment was accepted) nowindianaflag heads back to the Senate – which has already approved the measure, unanimously – before heading to the governor for consideration.

The proposal would legalize the cultivation and production of industrial hemp, as well as hemp oil, for those who become licensed with the state.

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Indiana Proposal to Legalize Hemp Advances in House

Indiana’s House of Representatives has approved Senate Bill 357 – a proposal to legalize hemp – through its 2nd readingindianahemp.

Senate Bill 357 was approved unanimously through the Senate earlier this month, and was passed – also unanimously – through the House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee earlier this week.

The measure is expected to be given final approval in the House in the coming days. It will then go back to the Senate for one last vote (this is necessary since an amended was passed during its 2nd reading), before heading to the governor.

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Indiana House Committee Unanimously Approves Hemp Legalization Proposal

Indiana’s House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee has given unanimous approval to Senate Bill 357, a proposal to legalize hemp. The measure has already been approved by thempresearchhe state’s full Senate.

“This is a plant that has been used for centuries throughout the world and has tremendous potential,” says Senator Richard Young, the bill’s primary sponsor.

The proposal would legalize hemp cultivation for those who become licensed with the state.

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Indiana Senate Votes to Legalize Hemp

Indiana’s full Senate has given approval to Senate Bill 357, a proposal to legalize industrial hemp. The measure was approved unanimously last week by the Senate Agriculture Committeehemp-growing-in-berliin-199x300, and now moves to the House of Representatives, where its passage will send it to the governor for final consideration.

During the bill’s public hearing in the Senate Agriculture Committee, not one individual or organization spoke in opposition, while numerous spoke in favor.

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Indiana Senate Committee Unanimously Approves Hemp Legalization Proposal

Yesterday Indiana’s Senate Agriculture Committee gave unanimous approval to Senate Bill 357, a measure to legalize hemp under state law.

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“This is a plant that has been used for centuries throughout the world and has tremendous potential,” says Senator Richard Young, the bill’s primary sponsor.

The proposal now moves to the full Senate for debate, where its passage would send it to the House of Representatives; its passage there would send it to the governor for final consideration.says Senator Richard Young, the primary sponsor of the proposal.

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