The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is burning millions of dollars worth of marijuana intended to be sold in the nation’s first pot smoking lounge on tribal land, KELOLAND News has confirmed.
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A Native American tribe plans to do something that’s technically illegal in South Dakota, the state where the tribe resides: It will grow and sell marijuana.
A bill that would have allowed South Dakotans charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession to mount a medical necessity defense was defeated Tuesday in the state legislature. The bill died on a 7-6 vote in the Health and Human Services Committee.
Two South Dakota lawmakers with roots in law enforcement said Thursday that people charged with possessing small amounts of marijuana should be able to defend themselves in court by arguing they need if for medical reasons.
A proposed ballot measure would make North Dakota the 18th state to approve marijuana use for people who suffer from painful illnesses.
On the first episode of my cannabis news show "Weed This Week LIVE" I talked about the ups and downs of latest efforts to reform marijuana laws across the United States, was joined by Princess of Pot Jodie Emery to discuss the latest on her husband Marc's 5-year prison term in the USA, and got really high. Tune in to CC on Friday's at 4pm PST for new LIVE episodes.
For the second time in four years, South Dakota voters refused to pass a medical marijuana law, this time by a much wider margin.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Marijuana is on the ballot in four states: California, Arizona, South Dakota, and Oregon will vote on cannabis-related initiatives in the November 2 election.
Proponents of Initiative Measure 13, an act to legalize medical marijuana in South Dakota, are optimistic about their chances in November. Even some of their opponents expect to lose.