Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Addison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellHouse members call on Senate to ratify Jim Bridenstine as NASA chief You just can not keep good health policy Trump threatens to concede bus for lack of wall funding prevent DACA fix MORE (R-Ky.) Announced on Monday a new bill that would legalize hemp as an agricultural product.
"Hemp has played an important role in Kentucky's agricultural heritage and I believe that it is an important part of our future can be, "McConnell said in a statement.
If approved, the law would allow states to control their own hemp regulations by removing federal restrictions. WKYT also reported that hemp researchers would be able to apply for grants through the Department of Agriculture.
McConnell announced the law with Republican Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles. The bill is co-funded by US Senators Ron Wyden Ronald (Ron) Lee WydenGina Reel is the wrong choice to direct the CIA legislature to end the "black budget" confidentiality overnight finance : Stocks Bleed As Trump Seeks New Tariffs For China House Drives .3T Bus | Senate delay could take the risk | All eyes on Rand Paul | Omnibus winners and losers MORE (D-Ore.) And Rand Paul Randal (ed.) Howard PaulGina Reel is the Wrong Choice to Lead the CIA Five Things About New Trump Advisor John Bolton Rand Paul Know Blasts Omnibus: Maybe Holding Hands With Dems Is Not A Good Idea MORE (R-Ky.) [Kentucky is currently conducting a pilot program by the Federal Ministry of Agriculture to grow hemp, WDRB reported Monday] A team at the University of Louisville began harvesting on campus in 2016 to investigate its use as a biofuel and as an energy source.