June 4-10, 2012
It's Hemp History Week! This is a historic week and we need your Senators to support Senator Wyden's hemp farming amendment to the Farm Bill, S.3240, which will allow farmers in the U.S. to once again have the opportunity to grow industrial hemp. Our goal is to have 5,000 submitted letters by the end of Hemp History Week (June 4-10).
From now until June 10th, please send an email to your Senators and you will receive great coupons from leading hemp brands Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps, Manitoba Harvest, Food Should Taste Good, Nutiva, and Tempt.
Please click here to call your Senators and click here to email them.

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The Hemp Story: The Long Road to Canadian Legalization
In honour of "Hemp History Week" CEO and co-founder of Manitoba Harvest Mike Fata sat down to share the story of the legalization of growing hemp in Canada and how Manitoba Harvest played a part.


URL: http://www.pot.tv/video/2012/06/09/Hemp-Story-Long-Road-Canadian-Legaliz...

[1] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9P9tGD2OpY
[2] http://www.pot.tv/taxonomy/term/122
[3] http://www.pot.tv/taxonomy/term/3040
[4] http://www.hemphistoryweek.com/

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