"Go Vote, Omaha!": Hemp Farming in Nebraska with David BrachtNews | December 2, 2019
David Bracht, Kutak Rock of counsel in the Omaha office, was recently interviewed about hemp farming in Nebraska by the League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha on their “Go Vote, Omaha!” cable television public policy show. The interview aired on November 28 at 7:30 p.m. on Public Access Television.
The discussion with Mr. Bracht focused on the differences between hemp and marijuana, what has happened with hemp farming in Nebraska; changes in the law; what stringent oversight by the State means for hemp farming and farmers in Nebraska; and the effect of the USDA rules on hemp farming issued in late October.
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Mr. Bracht is a member of the firm’s corporate practice group and focuses his practice on agriculture and renewable energy-related issues.