“Industrial Hemp” General Purpose: to inform Specific Purpose: in inform my audience about the definition, historical, and modern uses of industrialized hemp. Central Idea: For thousands of years civilizations have used cannabis. In the last seventy years has this unbelievably useful crop been unfairly outlawed and discriminated against. Modern uses out weight the archaic reasoning for such a ridiculous position by the Federal Government. Introduction: Hemp is simply put, the hardworking cousin of the more widely known but much less hardworking marijuana.
Tobaccos originated from England it was brought over here because King James I did not like it and he called it “nasty weed”. The only States that grew tobacco was Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky and Tennessee. 1664, they produce 24 million pounds a year of tobacco, starting making it into a serious business making smoking tobacco, and this is the first time that a government took on trade like this, just because King James I saw how everyone in America was buying it, so he wanted to make a profit of it by taxing on tobacco. Soon America had different strain of
So after the amount physicians prescribing medical marijuana tarred off, because of the tedious paper work that had to be completed in order to dispense it. As a result, medical marijuana was removed from the pharmaceutical reference text around 1942 (Pacula et al., 2002). However, it was not until the Federal Controlled Substance Act of 1070 was enlisted, which legitimately listed all types of marijuana as a Schedule I
Cheddar’s had always been profitable through that it had ever closed a company-owned store and had shown steady increases in sales and customer counts over time. Also it has a source of income from its franchise stores which could grow at a faster rate. Cheddars’ estimated EBITDA was $12.0 million in 2003 and it had a projected EBITDA of $18.9 million in 2007. Cheddar’s also had an average EBITDAR of $1,027k which was much higher than its competitor Chili’s which was $723k. At the purchase price of $60.5 million, we can also confirm that the Market Value/EBITDA (5.4) of Cheddars’ is higher than its competitor’s (2.6) when we compare multiple ratios, which means Cheddar’s is overvalued.
The plant was introduced to the United States in the early 1600’s but was not used as a recreational drug until the early 1900’s. In fact some even say that the earliest laws on the cannabis plant was in the Jamestown colony is 1619. The law ordered farmers in the Virginian colony to grow Indian Hempseed plants. The law was a serious one and you could even be thrown in jail for not growing the Hempseed if there was a shortage in the Virginia area of
He built them up himself” (Fitzgerald 108). During this part of the book Daisy is sanding for Gatsby’s word of truth to all the others with them. During this era drug-stores and pharmacies reached out standing numbers in the Prohibition Era (Lerner). The law said you couldn’t sell or distribute alcohol legally but many found out that you could have a doctor’s permission to get whiskey from a drug-store for medical reasons. “Speakeasies of the Prohibition Era” an article by Kathy Weiser explains how all speakeasies and anything else to do with illegal alcohol actions led to the unhealthy era of America.
Should Marijuana be legalized in the United States? Cheryl D. Usry POL 1016: Current Event Dr. Harold V. Jones II March 22, 2012 One of the biggest issues argued about all over congress, the media, and in public resides in our country’s War on Drugs. One of the primary focuses of the War on Drugs targets the controversial drug marijuana. Marijuana remains one the most widely used illegal drugs. This completely natural plant which previously helped so many people has puzzled the leaders of our nation for a long time even before the whole concept of “Reaganomics,” which focused on drugs and its entirety.
You see, with the continual growth and sales within his foreign market John not had the man power, time, or financial means to satisfy his smaller local businesses. He has gotten several complaints about late deliveries and no longer accepts returns at the end of the season or to allow mark down allowances. However, because of the financial growth with the foreign market John has not seen it fit to improve his quality of business within the smaller business. John’s big dilemma is that his major domestic mail-order chain in the United States is threatening to pull out of business with Hudson Shoe Company, however the international business is offering a possible increase in business if John will allow an additional $2 per pair towards the defense ministers, who approved major business among the navy and army and also an additional $2 per pair towards the minister of revenue to continue granting import licenses. But it is not this cut and dry.
The company began to build factories in other locations in the United States because the demand for products had outgrown the capacity of the Cincinnati facilities. The company moved into other countries, both in terms of manufacturing and product sales, becoming an international corporation. 1879 - P&G launches its first branded product, Ivory Soap. 1901 - King C. Gillette creates the KC Gillette Razor. 1923 - P&G becomes one of the first companies to advertise on commercial radio.
Thus, the car made man life more comfortable. However, with population growth and human well-being it began of new problems. The number of automobile grew rapidly and as a result we have traffic jams. Besides, the growth of number of automobiles made environment become more and more polluted. Therefore humanity is not standing still and looking for ways to solve this problem, as to refuse of the automobile completely would not be quite prudent in view of the above advantages.