Last week, the South Carolina state House of Representatives voted to approve a bill that removes the cap on how many farmers can cultivate hemp. Although hemp cultivation is legal in South Carolina, state law has limited how many individuals could receive hemp cultivation licenses. Over the last two years, only 60 farmers have been approved by the state. The measure will now go to the floor of the state Senate, where it is expected to receive a vote.
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