House Industrial Hemp Legislative Alert

Published on 09 January 2012 by in Alerts

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House Industrial Hemp Legislative Alert

Jamie Comer is the new Agricultural Commissioner and he is following through on his promise to try and get Industrial Hemp in Kentucky. If you don’t know about Industrial Hemp and would like more information please check out our resources HERE and HERE.

There is a Senate Bill for Industrial Hemp (SB 61), but there is not a House Bill. Comer intends to approach this from all angles, so he is going to the Capitol this WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11TH, 2012to speak to the House Agricultural Committee about getting Industrial Hemp Legislation introduced and passed.  Nest week he will be supporting Industrial Hemp in the Senate and we will send an alert about that at a more appropriate time. For now this is the action you need to take.

Call the Legislative Message Line in Frankfort 1-800-372-7181

TTY Message Line 1-800-896-0305

Tell the operator you would like to leave a message:

Message: Is for YOUR Representative, House Leadership, and the House Agriculture Committee: “Please support Agriculture Commissioner Jamie Comer in his efforts to put Kentuckians back to work with Industrial Hemp and make Kentucky a leader in Economic Development”

MAKE THIS CALL TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

Also…

So that Comer knows we are supporting him in this effort please make a rare call to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture thanking him for his efforts on Industrial Hemp.

 

General Line 502-564-4696

Commissioners Office 502-564-6099

 

The office is still in transition but these numbers should work.

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3 Responses to “House Industrial Hemp Legislative Alert”

  1. Helen says:

    Way to go, Jamie Comer!!!!

  2. Clint says:

    Wow, a man who follows up on his campaign promises and so quickly too. Mr. Comer is starting out a fabulous Kentucky Ag Commissioner.

  3. Phyllis says:

    A honest person in our state capitol of Frankfort.

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