Wisconsin Hemp Farmers & Manufacturers Association Inc.

Registered Principal Details

Business Or Interest:
Promote the safe and sustainable use of hemp in daily life and act as a bridge and resource between farmers and industry to enable this to occur. This will include areas of research & development and public, political and industry education.

Lobbying Interests:
We aim to lobby in the following areas to promote ease of use, legality, streamlining from farm to shelf, to consumer of hemp and cannabis: Farm production Processing issues Manufacturing hemp methods and processes - including materials, machinery, distribution Promotions and marketing Public education Security Insurance Transportation Genetics Testing Safety Health aspects Research & Development


Phillip Scott
6105 Gateway Green
Monona, wi 53716
(262) 354-4977

Authorized Lobbyists

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Lobbying Interests

Legislative Bills/Resolutions

Senate Bill 1034
Senate Bill 1034
Relating to: medical marijuana, granting rule-making authority, and providing a penalty. (FE)

Bill Text and History

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First Communication Date
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.
We Will be at the public hearing to testify our stance.

Total Lobbying Effort

No certified reports found.

Percent Allocation of Lobbying Effort

Legislative Bills/Resolutions

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Budget Bill Subjects

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Administrative Rulemaking Proceedings

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Topics Not Yet Assigned A Bill Or Rule Number

No topics found.

Minor Efforts

No minor efforts found.

Other Matters

No other matters found.

Filed Statements of Lobbying Activity and Expenditures

This organization is one of fewer than 10 organizations registered with the Wisconsin Ethics Commission that is exempt from semi-annual reporting of its lobbying hours and expenditures. Instead of the semi-annual report the organization has submitted a written pledge not to spend more than $500 per year on lobbying. This organization is obliged to abide by the same standards of conduct as pertain to other organizations that retain lobbyists and to identify each bill or rule on which it has a lobbying communication.