Pot-like plants may soon be popping up all over Arizona. Governor Doug Ducey is allowing farmers in the state to grow hemp. He signed the bill Monday saying the state has a new agricultural product which may have a positive economic impact. Hemp plants look a lot like pot plants but they don't get you high. The plants can be turned into things like clothing, oils and soaps. The farms will be heavily regulated and cops have access to field test kits to determine if the plant is hemp or marijuana.