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On Tuesday, November 5th, WE Must Be The Change In Kentucky! Vote HICKS/CORMICAN! This Is Why…

November 3, 2019

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On Tuesday, November 5th, the most important election in Kentucky in many years is about to happen! I am not here to argue with anyone.  I am here to present the facts and my opinion as I see it. Therefore, First of all, you must vote to see change!  If you are eligible to Vote […]

Today, the Senate named their representatives to the House/Senate conference committee for the 2018 Farm Bill

August 2, 2018

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Today, the Senate named their representatives to the House/Senate conference committee for the 2018 Farm Bill.  Here’s the full list of House and Senate conferees. In a rare move, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell named himself to the conference committee – meaning he will be in the room when the permanent fate of hemp is […]

Lab Testing Reveals Enviro Textile’s Hemp Fabric Stops the Spread of Staph Bacteria

November 2, 2017

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PRESS RELEASE – For Immediate Release June 19th, 2013 Glenwood Springs, CO Lab Testing Reveals EnviroTextile’s Hemp Fabric Stops the Spread of Staph Bacteria Hemp Marches Towards Military and Health Care Applications Rampant staph infections continue to cost lives unnecessarily.  One powerful weapon to fight this scourge is being successfully deployed by China’s military: industrial […]

George Washington, Champion of Growing Hemp

February 17, 2016

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February 16, 2016 Washington Inseparable from Hemp by Joe Klare The recent occasion of Presidents Day allows us to take some time to look back on Presidents of yore and discuss the things they championed. When you talk about the Father of our Country, George Washington, you really can’t have a discussion of his life […]

What happened to the hemp crop in kentucky? (It took a trip!)

September 18, 2015

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Low hemp harvest yield expected Story by Lauren Epperson, Contributing writer Emily Harris/The News Tony Brannon, dean of the Hutson School of Agriculture, said problems with this years seeds could lead to a low yielding harvest. By late May, Murray State agriculture students still were awaiting the arrival of the key ingredient to their summer […]