The House voted 63-48 on Wednesday
Legislation that prohibits North Carolina production and possession of smokable hemp next year while laying regulatory groundwork to expand the state’s industrial and medicinal hemp industry has cleared a second legislative chamber.
The House voted 63-48 on Wednesday for the General Assembly’s annual farm bill.
Smokable hemp lacks the concentration of the compound that gives marijuana its high. But law enforcement wants smokable hemp banned because it looks and smells the same— making it otherwise impossible to differentiate during police stops.
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