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Action Alert: House DOD Appropriations Bill

The House may take up the Department of Defense Appropriations Bill later this week, and C4L Members should take action TODAY to urge an open amendment process. If your representative sits on the rules committee, they especially need to hear from you immediately. Representatives Justin Amash, Thomas Massie, Mick Mulvaney, John Conyers, and Jared Polis […]


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C4L Supports Industrial Hemp

Today, C4L President John Tate penned a letter to senators urging them to support Senator Ron Wyden’s industrial hemp amendment to the farm bill. The text of Senator Wyden’s amendment is identical to S. 359, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act. Read the full letter below: Industrial Hemp Farming Act


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C4L Thanks Congressman Massie for Leading the Charge Against the Internet Sales Tax

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty President John Tate thanked Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) for leading the fight against the assault on small businesses, entrepreneurs, and state sovereignty in the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act.” Congressman Massie has penned a letter urging House leadership not to take up the legislation, which passed the Senate last month. “It is […]


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Time for the Federal Government to Act on Hemp

Last night, the Kentucky General Assembly passed SB 50 by a vote of 88-4 after having previously passed the Kentucky State Senate 31-6. SB 50 creates a regulatory framework for industrial hemp in Kentucky, provided the federal government moves to decouple industrial hemp from marijuana by amending the 1970 Controlled Substances Act. While Senator Paul […]


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An Idea Whose Time Has Come (Again)? UPDATED

Industrial Hemp, currently classified as a Schedule 1 substance under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, is once again a topic of discussion in political forums. On the front page of the Washington Post this morning, (albeit the bottom right-hand corner) was an article headlined, “Changes in cannabis laws create a new buzz for hemp.” For most […]


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