Hemp Product Market Future Backed By McConnell, Fate Depends On Farm Bill
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The surprising support of Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is integral to the success of a provision in legislation to reauthorize USDA programs that would clarify hemp's removal from the federal list of controlled substances and ease limits on its production in the US. Meanwhile, Charlotte's Web Holdings' recent $100m IPO is a strong sign of investors' confidence in the future market for hemp products.
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