Navy Bans Hemp Fitm Products to be used by the Sailors and Marines

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By Andrew Visper
National: While Uganda is still  persuading and sweating with Hemp Firm to grow mariguana after it’s illegalized, the U.S. Navy banned sailors and marines from using CBD and hemp manufacturing products.
“Regardless of the products’ THC concentration, claimed or actual, and regardless of whether such product may lawfully be bought, sold, and used under the law applicable to civilians.”
According to the documents issued say’s, we here by warning all the workers that they are likely to be fired as a result of using CBD (Hemp) products.
“The lack of standards means there are CBD products being marketed that contains a sufficient level of THC to cause a positive drug test result.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled that Ohio officials were within their rights to try to block marijuana decriminalization measures from appearing on local ballots even though organizers collected enough signatures to qualify.
Two new studies find that marijuana legalization leads to huge reductions in opioid overdose deaths.
“We estimate that [recreational marijuana laws] reduce annual opioid mortality in the range of 20%–35%, with particularly pronounced effects for synthetic opioids.”
This comes to the time, when ugandan’s still weighting the work of the Hemp Firm to grow and manufacturing cannabis product in Uganda after endorsed by the president him self and thinking the way how the Government will secure the large number interested to use cannabis by providing straight law.
Note that, few days  back, H.E Please Yoweri K. Museveni announced the new strategy of illegalizing mariguana growth especially for Medical consumption and also Job creation they larger number of youth that’s are jobless across the country.
However, New york city Mayor Bill de Blasio, spoke about his support for cannabis banking legislation and a system of legalization of cannabis
“uses the power of the law to disincentivize corporations and to support small businesses and community-based businesses.”
In Uganda, we have no clear law about mariguana and it’s Products of use (Medical) tabled already and passed before it’s illegalized.

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