A site dedicated to the public awareness and education of the hemp plant. Currently the hemp plant is defined as a drug and deemed illegal through the Controlled Substance Act despite the scientific fact that there is no part of the hemp plant that can be used as a drug.

This means that the hemp plant is not a drug since it cannot be used as a drug which means that the hemp plant should be re-scheduled, re-defined and re-legalized so that the hemp plant can once again benefit the health, economy, technology and future of America.

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Work Citations


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<http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h110-1009>


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