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  • Industrial hemp proponent cites benefits of the crop.

    Industrial hemp proponent David Schmitt cites the benefits of bringing the crop and production of hemp products to NC. On Friday, it could become legal by a legislative proposal.

Industrial hemp proponent David Schmitt cites the benefits of bringing the crop and production of hemp products to NC. On Friday, it could become legal by a legislative proposal. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Industrial hemp proponent David Schmitt cites the benefits of bringing the crop and production of hemp products to NC. On Friday, it could become legal by a legislative proposal. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Industrial hemp poised to become NC’s newest legal crop

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