The Senate on Tuesday rejected proposals that would open the door to legalizing medical marijuana in Indiana.
Bill Levin capitalized on RFRA when he opened the First Church of Cannabis. Now, he's suing the state for the right to smoke cannabis as a sacrament.
Troopers recently arrested three people on drug charges during a traffic stop after uncovering 25 pounds of marijuana, cash and a loaded firearm in the car.
The Brown County Sheriff's Department removed more than 3,100 marijuana plants from a private property on Tuesday.
A recent study published in the Journal of Pediatrics found teenagers are apparently using e-cigarettes to smoke marijuana in addition to tobacco.
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.