At the moment, the hemp market in the US is limited not only by the lack of federal legislation that clearly regulates the work of various companies in the market of legal cannabis in the United States. The legal market of psychoactive and technical hemp in the United States is limited in access to it by various financial institutions, as well as insurance companies. Among other things, there are several bills in the US Congress proposing to transfer tetrahydrocannabinol from the list of "Especially dangerous psychotropic substances whose turnover is prohibited" to the list of "Psychotropic substances whose turnover is limited".
 
In late April, the US public was shown the country's temporary budget for 2017. It includes the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment, which does not allow the leadership of the Ministry of Justice of the country to direct financial resources of the federal budget to fight legal cannabis. According to the above document, the hemp market in the US will be protected from any form of harassment by federal authorities until September 2017. Due to the fact that the Rohrabacher-Farra amendment relates to the federal budget, its operation must be prolonged every year. It should be noted that this normative legal act is valid not only for legal plantations of psychoactive hemp, but also for industrial crops grown on the territory of individual states of technical cannabis, designed in accordance with the requirements of the legislation of the states where they grow.
 
Despite the fact that police officers and the FBI still consider hemp to be a strictly prohibited substance, they do not have the opportunity to use the government's resources to fight cannabis in the regions that have enacted appropriate local laws permitting legal activities of this kind.
 
Comments of the Association "Ukrainian technical hemp"
 
The Rohrabacher-Farr amendment was adopted in 2014. This normative legal act was named after congressman Dan Rohrabacher who presented it in 2003 together with Sam Farr and Maurice Khinchi. The purpose of the adoption of this regulatory act was to prevent encroachments of the federal authorities on hemp business, actively developing at the regional level and legal from the point of view of local laws. In 2013, the US Attorney General published a document according to which local authorities now have the right to independently determine the priorities of the work of law enforcement agencies in the field. After the adoption of this legal act, a moratorium on the persecution of farmers, who at their own risk and risk cultivated industrial crops of technical hemp, was actually declared. At the federal level, the cultivation of low-cannabis cannabis is currently banned, so any agricultural producer in the US specializing in cultivating technical hemp prior to the aforementioned memorandum by the US Attorney General and accepting the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment could have forced to destroy crops that are legally grown under the laws of the state of growth.
 
At the moment, the hemp market in the US is limited not only by the lack of federal legislation that clearly regulates the work of various companies in the market of legal cannabis in the United States. The legal market of psychoactive and technical hemp in the United States is limited in access to it by various financial institutions, as well as insurance companies. Among other things, there are several bills in the US Congress proposing to transfer tetrahydrocannabinol from the list of "Especially dangerous psychotropic substances whose turnover is prohibited" to the list of "Psychotropic substances whose turnover is limited".
 

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