Maybe if Noem would do a little historical civics research she wouldn’t be so scared of Hemp;

Gov. Kristi Noem is asking lawmakers to shelve efforts this session to allow the cultivation of industrial hemp in South Dakota.The Republican governor said in a Friday statement that South Dakota isn’t ready for production of industrial hemp. Noem says questions remain about enforcement, taxpayer costs and effects on public safety.

Noem says officials need to see federal rules once they’re issued and decide if hemp is as “promising as they say it will be.” The governor’s office says the crop isn’t currently authorized for growth in South Dakota.

First off, industrial Hemp has little to no THC in it. There is NO need for ‘enforcement’ of a crop that doesn’t produce an illegal drug. As for public safety, Hemp is usually considered a very safe crop because it needs little to no herbicides and pesticides. It is very hearty and virtually grows on it’s own in almost anywhere. I find it a little ironic and hypocritical that Noem takes the words of our founding fathers on the 2nd Amendment, but doesn’t trust them on Hemp production, a major cash crop for them and a product that was farmed up until WWII. Please Kristi, grow a brain.

3 Thoughts on “Noem trusts founding fathers on gun ownership but NOT on hemp production

  1. "Very Stable Genius" on February 8, 2019 at 4:59 pm said:

    For guns, against solar, and now against hemp. Noem is not only are first woman governor, but she also sounds like our first governor from the 19th century…


  2. D@ily Spin on February 9, 2019 at 10:54 am said:

    Marijuana grows wild in the ditches. Farmers like hay from public right-of-way because it gives cattle the munchies. It’s naive to be against something that is everywhere and is productive without cultivation.

  3. D@ily Spin on February 12, 2019 at 9:22 am said:

    From Los Angeles Times:

    Like marijuana, hemp is a species of cannabis. Although the two plants look similar, there is a key difference: Marijuana produces buds filled with THC, the chemical compound that gets you high; hemp has almost none — 0.3% or less.
    Instead, the plant known for its strong fibers has often been used to make clothing, and in recent years, extracted for cannabinoids — commonly referred to as CBD — an increasingly popular compound that many ingest to ease anxiety or pain.

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