Architecting Hemp Legislation and Regulations for a Better Tomorrow
Agricultural Hemp Solutions (AgHS) is an all-inclusive government relations firm leading the industry through the passage and implementation of comprehensive legislation that allows American farmers to legally add hemp into their crop rotations and regulations that support and protect farmers and agribusinesses nationally.
AgHS has a proven track record for grassroots success, astute legislative analysis, and strong campaign management.
AgHS liaisons between stakeholders, lobbyists, legislators, agency personnel, advocates, organizations, and counter groups. Our experience has established trust that stretches across the aisle.
AgHS has authored, passed, and implemented, or influenced, multiple comprehensive state hemp programs including those in Oregon, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Alaska, Missouri, and Florida.
AgHS co-authored and negotiated key portions of the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 (s.2667), the language found in the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill), legalizing hemp!
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To support our clients and the industry by influencing and securing adoption of rational legislation and rulemaking consistent with the intent of the 2018 Farm Bill on both the state and federal levels that protects U.S. hemp farmers and agribusinesses, and supports departments of agriculture.
Courtney N. Moran, LL.M.
Courtney N. Moran, LL.M. founding principal of EARTH Law, LLC and chief legislative strategist for Agricultural Hemp Solutions, LLC is the leading expert on U.S. hemp law championing legal policy for sustainable Cannabis hemp agribusiness development. Courtney’s article, Industrial Hemp: Canada Exports, United States Imports was published by the Fordham Environmental Law Review. She participated in the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on the world drug problem in April 2016. In October 2016, Courtney testified before the Senado de la República in Mexico City, Mexico.
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue recently testified before both the House and the Senate, providing some insight into the drafting and implementation of the Interim Final Rule and the recent Enforcement Discretion Guidance. House Committee on Agriculture On March 4,...read more
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has created a very helpful infographic for understanding the new federal hemp policy provided in the 2018 Farm Bill. By comparing the 2014 Farm Bill to the 2018 Farm Bill, we can see how hemp law and policy has...read more
February 27, 2020 – USDA announced updated Enforcement Discretion of certain provisions in the Interim Final Rule. These changes affect all hemp farmers in the United States operating under the 2018 Farm Bill and USDA Interim Final Rules. Delay in DEA Registered Lab...read more
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