According to published comments made last week by Cary Giguere of the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets, the state could lose 70% of its hemp crop for being out of compliance with federal rules. Some farmers aren’t too happy about it.
A new report released by the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) presents damning evidence relating to the effects of marijuana legalization in Colorado and beyond.
Either we reclaim our constitutional heritage, or we collapse in barbaric anarchy that will make us wish we were instead at the fall of Rome. The prescription is to defend the Constitution against the insidious creep of tyranny.
The Safe Banking Act would allow businesses selling marijuana in compliance with state law to take advantage of the federal banking system. Right now, they cannot, because, by opening up accounts, the businesses and the banks would violate the federal statutes outlawing the distribution of controlled substances.
“Hemp feed pellets are formed from either the whole plant or parts of the hemp plant. Due to spikes in cannabinoid concentrations as a plant matures in the final weeks of the growth cycle, significant amounts of fat-soluble cannabinoids can be introduced to Vermont branded meat and milk.”
Sen. Patrick Leahy accepted a $1,000 donation on November 4, 2018 from the National Cannabis Industry Association PAC, SAM (Smart Approaches to Marijuana) reported Friday.
Marijuana use is linked to psychosis and violent behavior. In addition to access to guns, most mass shooters — a term that we feel is abhorrently necessary to know — had access to and were using marijuana.
The University of Vermont has been ranked No. 1 for widespread use of marijuana, according to the annual Princeton Review published this month, despite marijuana consumption being in violation of university regulations.
In the last episode of our three-part interview, Vergennes Chief of Police George Merkel explores the consequences that policy proposals like marijuana commercialization and safe injection sites are likely to have on local law enforcement overwhelmed with the opioid addiction and crime crisis.
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets (AAFM) will hold its first public hearings in Brandon today and in Newport tomorrow to discuss the rulemaking process for the state’s hemp program.
In this Statehouse Headliners, the House passes Senate bills to monitor chemical safety, ban ‘greenhouse gas’ refrigerants and spray foam products.