State Senate passes bill allowing hemp farming


A bill that could lead to hemp farming in Connecticut is a step closer to becoming law.

The bill would require the State Department of Agriculture to establish a pilot program for growing hemp.

It passed the state Senate on Thursday and will move on to the House.

The bill would require federal approval.

Related: Hemp bills move through legislature in Connecticut

Lawmakers predict hemp would be a big money maker for farmers.

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