According to the Congressional Research Service, the United States is the only industrialized western nation that fails to grow hemp commercially. But that reality is rapidly changing.
Back in 1996, actor Woody Harrelson planted four hemp seeds on Kentucky farmland to challenge anti-cannabis laws.
A bill that would legalize hemp for the purpose of cleaning contaminated soils made its way to the Hawaii State Senate after passing the House of Representatives last week. If approved, the measure would also allow hemp to be utilized for biofuels as part of a research pr...
This year, Kentucky will grow hemp again for the first time in decades. The Farm Bill, which was signed by President Obama on Feb. 7, allows state agriculture departments to grow hemp for research.
This week we're looking at what's happening around the nation with companies specializing in marijuana-related activities and products. Check out some of the most exciting developments in green technology, vending, lobbying, and more!