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Hemp is about to be legal under 2018 farm bill. You can't get high from it — but you can wear it

Hemp - a close relative of marijuana that can be used to make textiles and other products - has long been classified as a Schedule I drug by the federal government. That's set to change.

President Donald Trump is soon expected to sign a farm bill that includes a section that legalizes the commercial cultivation of hemp nationwide.

The bill, years in the making, comes as public support for cannabis legalization has increased over the years, offering a cover of sorts to politicians who see the potential for boosting state tax revenue.

Here's a look at the movement to legalize hemp and whether it could open the

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