Monday, March 24, 2014

South Carolina Senate Bill 389 goes to State House

For the first time in a long time, Industrial Hemp has been given a chance in the state of South Carolina.  Today, Senate Bill 389 passed in the state senate and is now going to the state house.  The bill would remove Industrial Hemp from the controlled substance act and allow South Carolina farmers the ability to cultivate the cash crop.

Republicans Kevin Bryant of Anderson and Lee Bright of Spartanburg sponsored the bill in the Senate.  This is a huge victory for southern farmers if it gets through.

Go Hemp and live in Truth!!