Senator Borrelli said Arizona is “missing out on a multi-billion-dollar industry” because of their self-imposed prohibition on hemp products.
SPRING HOPE, NC–(Marketwired – Feb 22, 2017) – Hemp, Inc. (OTC PINK: HEMP) executives announce to shareholders today that another state, Arizona, may soon join the ranks of states that have legalized hemp. According to the Arizona State Legislature, SB1337, proposed by Senator Sonny Borrelli, passed the Commerce and Public Safety Committee by a 6-1 vote and cleared the Appropriations Committee by a 10-0 vote, last week. As permitted by the state of Arizona, SB 1337 would legalize the production, processing, sale and distribution of industrial hemp for commercial purposes. Under the proposed bill, industrial hemp would be treated as an agricultural crop subject to regulation by the Arizona Department of Agriculture. The bill was brought before the Rules Committee yesterday. If passed, SB1337 moves on to the full Senate for further consideration.
Industrial hemp advocate and bill sponsor, Senator Borrelli said Arizona is “missing out on a multi-billion-dollar industry” because of their self-imposed prohibition on hemp products. According to the Tenth Amendment Center blog article posted 2/15/17, “SB1337 sets the stage to nullify the federal hemp ban in practice. Arizona could join with other states such as Colorado, Oregon, Maine, Massachusetts, California and Vermont, and many others, that have simply ignored federal prohibition and legalized industrial hemp production within their state borders, by rejecting any need for federal approval.”
Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc. (OTC PINK: HEMP) said, “What we’re seeing here is the rippling effect of industrial hemp reclaiming its rightful place in America, state by state. Industrial hemp can improve the economy and agricultural vitality of a state, thus the demand for this environmentally friendly natural fiber continues to increase. I agree 100% with Senator Borrelli that Arizona is missing out on this billion-dollar industry due to their self-imposed prohibition on hemp.” Perlowin went on to say, “For the last 3 years, I’ve been planning for the legalization of hemp in Arizona by building Hemp Growing Veteran Village Kins Communities on 500 of our 4,500 acres in Arizona, north of Kingman.”
“This Hemp Growing Veteran Village Kins Community would consist of hemp grown on 300 of the 500 acres that we plan on breaking down into smaller lots for the Kins Domains (eco-villages) that could each grow hemp. The eco-villages would also include organic gardens, natural beehives, a pond, a living fence and other elements,” said Perlowin.
According to Perlowin’s Project Developer, Dwight Jory, one 36-foot geodesic dome is already up with 6 more under construction. He also says 1,200 trees have been planted with 300 to 400 more arriving in the next 90 days and a solar powered generation system has been ordered and is expected onsite in the next 60 days. “At this point, we will open up this showcase solution for the American Veterans plight to the public. And with the solar-powered windmill cameras already installed, we will have live streaming video for the whole world to see what Hemp, Inc. is doing for our veterans,” said Perlowin. From rehabilitation to job creation, Perlowin says this model presents a holistic solution to those individuals that all Americans owe a great debt of gratitude towards… the American veterans. “This is aligned with our Triple Bottom Line approach.”
Perlowin expects this model to produce very lucrative revenue for Hemp, Inc. and says executives will oversee the industrial hemp growing in Arizona while simultaneously solving the numerous veteran problems that have increased in America. Just the way Perlowin put Hemp, Inc. ahead of the curve, he is already way ahead of the curve in Arizona. The infrastructure for “The Hemp Growing, CBD-Producing, Veteran-Village Kins Community,” which takes time to build, is already in place… and just in time now that Arizona may be legalizing hemp soon.