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Yes, it is legal in Massachusetts to grow hemp. Just make sure to check the local government website and other resources for getting your licenses for growing, handling, and distributing industrial hemp.
Yes! Maryland has decriminalized cannabis for medical use for quite a few years now. It is only reasonably expected that hemp oil is legal as well in Maryland.
Yes, it is legal, but in some counties, they make it quite challenging to obtain a license. I'm pretty sure they are still operating under the 2014 hemp pilot program guidelines but are scheduled to change into the 2018 farm bill guidelines sometime this year.
It technically is as of 2018 farm bill, but they are one of the more reluctant states to mainstream it. There was pushback from authorities stating that they would have a hard time enforcing the marijuana laws if their hemp bill was passed. So, as of now, they're still working on it.
While it is legal since the 2018 farm bill passed, you still must obtain a permit or license to grow it. If you want to apply for a license, their site lists a disclaimer that says you still can apply, but it would have to be sent via mail due to coronavirus issues.
Yes, it is legal, but you still have to apply for the Hemp Pilot Program. Every state will still have their guidelines, and may not even acknowledge the 2018 farm bill guidelines yet.
As an individual, you cannot. Kentucky is a little behind the times. They are currently still operating under the 2014 farm bill pilot program guidelines. Hopefully, soon, they will implement the 2018 farm bill guidelines.
Yes, it is legal. They have moved away from the pilot program, and are now issuing licenses for growers, seed distributors, processors, and other roles for industrial hemp farming based upon the 2018 farm bill.
As of March 2020, HB 1008 was signed into law and legalized industrial hemp in South Dakota. However, funding was initially set for $3.5 million, but due to the coronavirus, the budget may change.
Yes it is legal in Wisconsin, and you still have time to apply for the 2020 season if you wanted.