South Dakota Won’t Legalize Industrial #Hemp “Too saturated, not worth it” Farmers Say

South Dakota Won’t Legalize Industrial Hemp “Too saturated, not worth it” Farmers Say Article Link “I remain opposed to industrial hemp in South Dakota because of the impact it will have on public safety and law enforcement’s ability to enforce drug laws” -SD Gov Kristi Noem What do others think of the Gov’s rulings in South Dakota? Just because the market for hemp sales is saturated, does that mean people really won’t buy? Seems like folks are still buying up just as much hemp as ever. submitted by /u/Hemprawmarketplace [link]…

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Repair of traumatically injured brain has been envisioned, but regenerating new neurons at the site of brain injury is challenging. Scientists show that transplanting cells that migrate to injured sites to form interneurons in mice with traumatic brain injury can improve memory and prevent seizures.

Repair of traumatically injured brain has been envisioned, but regenerating new neurons at the site of brain injury is challenging. Scientists show that transplanting cells that migrate to injured sites to form interneurons in mice with traumatic brain injury can improve memory and prevent seizures. submitted by /u/mvea to r/science [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Prince Andrew’s Epstein-Related BBC Interview Was “Catastrophic Mistake”

Prince Andrew’s Epstein-Related BBC Interview Was “Catastrophic Mistake” By Tyler Durden Saturday night, televisions showed the perfectly state-managed scene of Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, sitting down with BBC Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis conducting an interview recorded at Buckingham Palace this past Thursday. In it, the Duke admits that he “let the side down” by maintaining a friendship with jet-setting billionaire and convicted serial sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. In a grand mea culpa, Andrew concedes that it was not “becoming of a member of the Royal Family.” But far from repairing the PR damage…

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