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Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard Releases Details on H.R. 3652 Hemp Victory Act

Jane Summers

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Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard Releases Details on H.R. 3652 Hemp Victory Act
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Representative Tulsi Gabbard released a statement on her website concerning the Hemp Victory Act, H.R. 3652, which she introduced. The Act is geared toward the hemp industry and works to provide incentives for farmers and small businesses, it protects against corporate monopolies, and it promotes research for hemp cultivation and hemp-based products.

Rep. Gabbard shares in the press release,

“The hemp industry is poised to grow rapidly, having a billion dollar impact on the U.S. economy and creating thousands of jobs. Hemp-based materials have the potential to transform industries from health care to domestic manufacturing to affordable, sustainable housing construction, and more. Studies have shown it can play a role in helping remove toxins from our environment and prevent soil erosion, as well as provide alternatives to single-use plastics, which pollute our lands and ocean.” She added, “My bill will lay the foundation for how we can optimize the hemp industry’s potential and ensure this opportunity benefits family farms and small businesses across America — from Hawai‘i to Kentucky and beyond.”

Several individuals also commented in the press release on the bill.

For example, Hemp Industries Association board member Joy Beckerman stated,

“Congresswoman Gabbard’s commitment to re-energizing the American farmer and delivering on the economic and planetary healing promise of the versatile, valuable hemp plant is exactly what our nation needs, and the time is now to support her bold efforts.”

Vote Hemp President Eric Steenstra shared,

“We commend Congresswoman Gabbard for her leadership on introducing the Hemp For Victory Act.”

He continued,

“The fledgling hemp industry can create thousands of farming and manufacturing jobs but needs research and the same support given to other crops which the bill helps provide.”

As for the bill, the press release indicates that the,

“bill will engage the expertise of several U.S. agencies, as well as land-grant universities, in order to lay the foundations of and generate the demand necessary for our hemp industry to ensure domestic economic potential is met across several sectors. Recognizing the potential for this commodity to grow into a multi-billion dollar industry, the bill directs the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Health and Human Services, Defense, Labor, Housing and Urban Development, Veterans Affairs, Environmental Protection Agency, and Small Business Administration to conduct research and develop studies on the uses and benefits of hemp. This includes preservation and rehabilitation of our environment through toxic site cleanup and soil erosion control, sustainable and affordable housing, nutritional benefits to our children in school lunches and healthcare benefits to our veterans, alternatives to single-use plastics to reduce our ecological footprint, and the creation of thousands of jobs, among so many more.”

All information is for general informational and educational purposes only. Nothing should be interpreted as legal or wellness advice.

Jane is a regular contributor who learned about the great benefits of CBD a few years ago after starting it herself. Impressed by its effects, she's interested in helping others learn about options that can be helpful for them.

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