The church’s first service opened with a house band playing about thirty minutes of music — mostly funky tunes with veiled or direct references to marijuana.
Church of Cannabis founder Bill Levin is hoping to challenge the government under the state’s newly enacted Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
RFRA goes into effect; The First Church of Cannabis hosts its inaugural service today—without any cannabis. Read more in our morning roundup.
IU basketball player forward Devin Davis receives a marijuana citation; Hoosiers needed for the Bicentennial Torch Relay. Read more in our morning roundup.
Cannabis churches exist in other states, such as Colorado, where some marijuana use is legal.
State Police don't think a neighboring state's medical marijuana program will cause increased trafficking in Indiana.
The wax contains THC at rates four times the concentration found in traditional marijuana.
Hemp advocates say legalizing the plant could be a boon to Indiana's economy.
The Bowen Center for Public Affairs at Ball State University found 78 percent of Hoosiers support taxing marijuana like alcohol and cigarettes.
Indiana legislators have passed three versions of a synthetic drug ban, but some say it needs to be updated again to differentiate between kinds of drugs.