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Report: $620 Million in Hemp Products Sold in the U.S. in 2014

Hemp Foods and Body Care Retail Market in U.S. Achieves 21.2% Growth in 2014

WASHINGTON, DC — The Hemp Industries Association (HIA), a non-profit trade association consisting of hundreds of hemp businesses, has released final estimates of the size of the 2014 U.S. 575 more words

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Report: $620 Million in Hemp Products Sold in the U.S. in 2014

Hemp Foods and Body Care Retail Market in U.S. Achieves 21.2% Growth in 2014

WASHINGTON, DC — The Hemp Industries Association (HIA), a non-profit trade association consisting of hundreds of hemp businesses, has released final estimates of the size of the 2014 U.S. 575 more words

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State & local govts need to allow development to boost housing supply - Gap mega-suburb would be a good start

Now that likely future PM Malcolm Turnbull has highlighted the “big supply side issue” in Australia’s housing market (see yesterday’s Australian), it would be timely for State and local governments around Australia to review their regulations and charges, which many commentators consider are holding back development. 422 more words

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E&B FACT CHECK: "Trust the Scientists" Ad

There a 2 areas where this ad is misleading.

  1. Canadian company Intrinsik’s definition of “significant” means permanent illnesses occurring throughout all of Hermosa.  The HIA lists MANY health impacts, including the possibility of death.
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The Northeast storm impacts train and plane travelers in Central PA

The anticipated storm is wreaking havoc on the travel plans of millions, including some here in Central Pennsylvania.
As the day progressed, train arriving from New York City’s Penn Station through Philadelphia and into Lancaster were delayed 10-15 minutes. 171 more words

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23 Jan 2015 (AFR) - New apartment sales rocket ahead of houses

(23 Jan 2015, AFR, p5, Rebecca Thistleton)

‘New apartment sales will dominate the housing market well into 2015, outpacing detached houses and could ultimately improve inner-city affordability. 25 more words

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10 Jan 2015 (AFR) - Lack of work depresses construction industry

(10 Jan 2015, AFR, p4, Rebecca Thistleton)

‘Construction activity dipped in December, causing a decline in employment and straining profit margins across the building industry. The drop in work followed a similar contraction in new jobs and profit margins recorded in November, according to the Australian Industry Group and Housing Industry Association’s monthly Performance of Construction Index, released on Friday.’ 10 more words

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