HB 1888 - DIGEST

Attempts to reassert the original meaning of the commerce clause in the United States Constitution over wide areas of policy and effectively nullify federal laws and regulations that violate such limitations by regulating commerce and other activities that are solely intrastate.

Permits the development of an industrial hemp industry and ensures that production of industrial hemp is in compliance with state law.

Requires the director of the department of agriculture to charge a fee for each license granted to an industrial hemp grower.

Authorizes Washington State University to undertake research of industrial hemp production in the state after receiving a license to grow hemp.

Creates the industrial hemp account.