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Legalization removes these barriers and is expected to provide a boost to the U.S. hemp industry, which was previously on track to grow to a $2 billion market by 2022 prior to the Farm Bill's passage. According to the Brightfield Group, though, legalization would result in a $22 billion hemp-derived CBD market by 2022, which excludes the many other types of hemp-derived products on the market. To put that in perspective, the entire domestic cannabis industry (which includes not just hemp, but also cannabis and all its derivative products) was projected to stimulate $23.4 billion in consumer spending by 2022. That means if the Brightfield Group's estimates are accurate, hemp-derived CBD alone could double the projected market value of the entire cannabis industry.
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This isn’t the first time McConnell or one of his colleagues has introduced such a bill. Actually, it’s the sixth -- similar bills were introduced in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2013 and most recently 2015, only to be stalled each time in congressional committees that couldn’t see the difference between hemp and marijuana (or choose not to). This bill has a real chance of finally passing because of its potential for job creation and economic growth.
Hemp, a non-intoxicating form of the plant Cannabis sativa (L.), was outlawed in the U.S. in 1937 when Congress passed the Marihuana Tax Act. Although most states have legalized hemp in some form since, the federal prohibition meant interstate commerce involving the plant and its derivative products remained illegal. Jenelle Kim, co-founder and lead formulator of hemp product manufacturer JBK Wellness Labs, said the prohibition overshadowed thousands of years of hemp usage in human culture. [Interested in starting a business in the cannabis or hemp industry? Check out our guide to the emerging opportunities in that field.]