U.S. states, cities considering legalization of cannabis oil
California is considering legalizing the use of marijuana oil, as it works to boost the economy and boost tourism.
In the latest sign of how the legalization effort is taking off, the state is in the midst of a push to open the state to the drug.
The California Cannabis Commission, a state agency, has been working to develop rules for the legalization of recreational marijuana for several years.
Now, a group of local governments are coming together to try to legalize oil from industrial hemp.
The plan, which is in its infancy, is to develop guidelines for industrial hemp, which includes the plants and seeds that are grown for their oil.
The California Cannabis Authority has been trying to get these guidelines in place for years.
The proposal would allow the use and distribution of hemp oil in California and allow for farmers to grow their own.
It would also allow for oil to be sold in grocery stores, drug stores and other stores.
The federal government has not allowed the import of industrial hemp into the United States, meaning it is illegal to grow or possess it in the United Stated.
However, there are plenty of places in the world that are growing hemp and selling it.
Hemp is grown in a variety of countries and has been used to make various products, including textiles, fiber and plastics.
The U.K. banned industrial hemp from being used as a crop because it was a threat to its agricultural industry, but hemp still grows in some countries and is being used for industrial products.
A few years ago, a team of scientists at Oregon State University and elsewhere determined that the use in agriculture was safe.
They also found that industrial hemp is highly susceptible to pesticides, and the hemp oil has been found to be effective at killing bacteria.
According to a statement released by the California Cannabis Coalition, the initiative would make it easier for growers to grow hemp and could potentially lead to a boom in hemp production.
The goal is to see the industry begin to flourish in California by 2020, and to make it legal to do so by 2021, which would put it in line with other states.
The state would be the first in the nation to legally grow hemp.