Learn more about Missouri's Hemp History. Missouri was the nation’s leader in hemp production, and more than half of Missouri’s crop came from the seven counties of Little Dixie.
Drawing of the First Battle of Lexington, aka the Battle of the Hemp Bales.
Pursuant to Section 192.945, RSMo, and 19 CSR 20-51.010, the Missouri Hemp Extract Registration Program provides Missouri residents with intractable epilepsy a registration card that allows them to legally possess and use CBD oil in Missouri to treat intractable epilepsy.
I know Hemp will save our planet. Hemp is the key to ending so many environmental concerns. If marijuana is the million dollar cash crop then hemp is the billion dollar cash crop.
A youth detention center, juvenile detention center (JDC), juvenile detention, juvenile hall or - juvie, is a prison for people under the age of majority- when a young person reaches the age where one is considered to be an adult. Depending upon your state law, this usually happens at some point between 18 and 21.
A private prison - for-profit prison, is a place where people are imprisoned by a third party that is contracted by a government agency. Private prison companies enter into contractual agreements with governments that house inmates; and then pay a per diem, or monthly rate, either for each prisoner in the facility, or for each place available- regardless it the bed is occupied or not.
I believe the prison industrial complex is out of control. When people and organizations start profiting from those who are incarcerated we have a problem. When the judicial branch starts putting buying prison stock with pension pay it has become a conflict of interest. Yes, for profit prisons sell stock.
We need to fix our judicial system. We need to eliminate private prisons. We need to remove cannabis from the controlled substance act. We need to remove incentives for law enforcement to arrest people for drug offenses. We need rehabilitation centers not prisons. We need to put strict regulations on big pharma regarding opioids.
I talk about the story of Francis Bellamy often. So, let me start with some history.