(KY) Hemp, broadband concerns brought before state panel

For Immediate ReleaseNovember 18, 2019Hemp, broadband concerns brought before state panelFRANKFORT—Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney said his organization’s advice for Kentucky’s growing number of hemp producers is “be careful.”Haney told the Interim Joint Committee on Agriculture today that farmers are encouraged to enter the growing hemp industry, but with minimal risk. Kentucky is still …

Randy Moore interviews candidate for KY Gov. John Hicks

By Randy Moore | August 28, 2019 at 4:18 PM CDT - Updated August 28 at 4:18 PMOWENSBORO, Ky. (WFIE) - We now have 14 News web exclusive interviews with all three candidates in the race for Kentucky Governor.You know about Republican Governor Matt Bevin and Democrat Attorney General Andy Beshear, but you might not …

U.S. Cannabis Hemp Health Initiative

The United States Cannabis Hemp Health Initiative (USCHHI), was born of the idea that Cannabis is one of our inherited freedoms as individuals living upon this planet, which comes in the form of a plant as a God given gift.It may be used sacramentally, or as food, or medicine, or as a relaxant, much the …

Jesse Ventura Considering Presidential Run

Jesse Ventura is considering running for President as an independent. "I have that voice in the back of my head that says to me, 'if not to me, then who?'" Ventura gave his first American TV interview in 3 years to "The Issue Is: with Elex Michaelson." He says only a 3rd party candidate could …

From the Desk of Dan Seum Jr.,

On Cannabis in Kentucky…DAN SEUM JR.,From My Desk:I have been advocating for cannabis reform in Kentucky for over 10 years. I advocated for Medical Marijuana for 6 of those years. After introducing multiple patients, expert testimony, filed bills, and trying to explain the ‘Molecular Structure of a Cannabinoid’ to legislators who are all but doctors …

2020 Kentucky Hemp Program Application Period To Open Nov. 15

View as Webpage  Sean [email protected](502) 782-9253For Immediate ReleaseFRANKFORT (Sept. 27, 2019) – Kentucky hemp growers and processors may apply for a hemp license from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s (KDA) hemp program for 2020 beginning November 15, Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles announced.“We are constantly looking for ways to improve our hemp program,” Commissioner Quarles said. …