Indiana farmers continue to take it on the chin.
A Laporte hemp farm will host a five-course dinner and cannabis pairing Aug. 31.
Fishers Police Recover 100 Pounds of Marijuana, Prescription Drugs, $330K and Guns Following Traffic Stop
FISHERS, Ind. (July 20, 2015) – Fishers police recovered 100 pounds of marijuana, $330,000 in cash, other narcotics, prescription drugs, and three guns following a multi-agency investigation.
INDIANAPOLIS – A pot-smoking church sued the city of Indianapolis and state of Indiana on Wednesday, claiming laws against possession and use of marijuana infringe on its religious beliefs.
Welcome to the First Church of Cannabis Inc., approved by Indiana’s Secretary of State under its controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Even bigger that state law approval, the church has even been granted tax-exempt status by the IRS.
In a classic case of “unintended consequences,” the recently signed Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) in Indiana may have opened the door for the establishment of
New polls indicate that marijuana law reform is still a winning issue — even in Republican leaning states.
A bill that would have required Hoosier State welfare recipients to undergo drug testing based on a "reasonable suspicion" of drug use was killed Friday after the state Senate refused to act on it.
The Republican-controlled Indiana House voted overwhelmingly Monday to approve a "reasonable suspicion" drug testing bill for welfare recipients. House Bill 1483 advanced to the state Senate on a 78-17 vote.
A bill that would have decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana is dead in the Indiana legislature after a key Senate committee chairman refused to allow a public hearing on it. The bill's sponsor, Sen. Karen Tallian (D-La Porte), says she will be back next year.