North Carolina’s top law enforcement officials and prosecutors want the General Assembly to ban “smokable hemp,” a plant very similar to marijuana but with almost none of the chemical that causes users to feel high.
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As North Carolina’s population grows, finding solutions for the state’s transportation challenges will be more important than ever.