Legislation to allow hemp to be legally grown in Iowa has been passed by the state’s full Senate. The Senate approved Senate File 2398 today in a unanimous 49 to 0 vote. Filed by Senator Tom Shipley, the measure would allow hemp to be grown by farmers and researched by state regents universities and the Department of Agriculture …
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