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Chapter 9: ECONOMICS: ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT, AND COMMERCE

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Chapter Nine:  ECONOMICS: ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT, AND COMMERCE

    We have explained what hemp has meant historically for this country’s economy. Now, we must also consider the future of hemp.

    We predict the net effect from ending American hemp prohibition will be to generate “ripple effect” economics—a revitalized American agriculture producing hemp as the raw material for a multitude of industries, creating millions of good jobs for skilled and semi-skilled professional workers throughout America. The resulting wealth will remain in the local communities and with farmers, smaller businesses, and entrepreneurs like yourself.

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