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|Wednesday, June 16, 2010|
Advocates say legalizing hemp farming could bring millions of dollars to Oregon, but the DEA won't allow it.
Hemp, which has no effect as a drug but can be used to produce food, fuel, building materials and textiles, cannot escape its association with marijuana.
Read more at the Willamette Week.
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