Melanie Asmar

Westword

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Staff writer at Westword, an alternative weekly in Denver.

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Supermarkets and health food stores all over the country sell hemp milk, hemp tortilla chips and chocolate covered hemp seeds.

Colorado has the First Hemp Harvest since the 1950s

Supermarkets and health food stores all over the country sell hemp milk, hemp tortilla chips and chocolate covered hemp seeds.

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