Allow American Farmers to Grow Industrial Hemp

In 1985, my dad, Willie Nelson, helped organize Farm Aid, a benefit concert for America's family farmers. He's always been dedicated to helping farmers and the environment -- something he's passed on to his children. One of the most important issues for us is allowing farmers to grow industrial hemp -- something that's still not completely

By |2019-12-20T21:41:34-07:00June 20th, 2016|Real Estate and Land Use|

Cannabis on tribal land a ’50/50′ gamble for Native Americans in Washington

Among the lofty pines of timber country across the street from the Little Creek Casino on State Highway 108, the first tribal-owned-and-operated recreational cannabis store in the US is open for business. Customers flow into the nondescript cabin storefront, on the Squaxin Island tribe’s reservation, reflecting much of the same diversity as the rest of

By |2019-12-20T21:38:32-07:00May 31st, 2016|Real Estate and Land Use|