Here Are the Details of Annual US Hemp Imports

Hemp has had an interesting history in the United States. Before 2010, the hemp industry operated in the fringes of the law, with hemp continually being lumped in with its illicit cousin marijuana for years. The Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2009 changed all that and started a new era for the U.S. hemp market.

The legislation sought to clarify the differences between industrial hemp and marijuana, as well as to repeal federal laws that forbid…

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