A bill to expand New York’s hemp program was signed into law Friday by Governor Andrew Cuomo. In December, 2014 Governor Cuomo signed a bill allowing New York’s Department of Agriculture, as well as universities in the state, to cultivate and produce hemp for the purposes of research. The new measure, introduced by Senator Tom …
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