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Victory for Hemp in Kentucky

University of Kentucky agronomy researchers on May 27 planted a small hemp plot at Spindletop Research Farm outside Lexington -- marking a victory in the state's showdown with the Drug Enforcement Administration. The seeds used were part of a shipment from Italy that ...

Trials Evaluating CBD For Epilepsy Still Years Away

Lawmakers in numerous states, including Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, and Wisconsin, hailed the passage of legislative measures this past spring calling for state-sponsored clinical trials to assess the efficacy of cannabidiol-rich oil in children with intractable epile...

Feds Block Kentucky Hemp Seed Shipment

The Louisville Courier-Journal reported May 9 that a 250-pound shipment of hemp seed is being helds up by US Customs and Border Protection at the city's airport -- despite the fact the seeds had been ordered by Kentucky's state government for pilot projects that a...

Georgia and Kentucky Marching Into the CBD Box Canyon

Kentucky and Georgia are moving forward with bills that would legalize the use of cannabidiol by patients. The Kentucky Senate unanimously approved a bill that would allow the medical schools at the state’s two public institutions to treat severe seizure disorders w...

Kentucky’s Hemp History and the Future

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.

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