Hemp is an ideal replacement crop for tobacco and all the corn the US produces for health destroying high fructose corn syrup.
Source – mintpressnews.com
– “…The U.S. is one of the few industrialized nations to ban hemp cultivation. So, even though hemp can clothe, house and nourish us, even though we can use it to make vehicles that won’t choke landfills with rusting metal, even though it can help to clean polluted soil for future crop growth — Americans are often unable to maximize their use of the centuries-old plant”:
(The Return Of Hemp, America’s ‘Billion-Dollar Crop’ – By)
Hemp was a major part of American history until misguided drug laws conflated industrial hemp with marijuana. Eric Steenstra, president of Vote Hemp, tells Mnar Muhawesh on ‘Behind the Headline’ about how that happened and how it may be making a comeback.
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