Governor Eric Holcomb says he won’t support any push to decriminalize marijuana, even for medical use.
The council sent a letter to the Commission to Combat Drug Abuse asking for their opposition to legalization of marijuana in any form.
The ACLU calls the court decision a victory for free speech.
The head of the Marijuana Business Association says the industry needs lawyers, marketers, investors and agritech experts to get involved.
The new law will be Indiana's first to allow the use of medicinal cannabis.
Holcomb has until next week to sign – or reject – all approved bills.
The oil cannot get patients high, but it contains compounds that have been found to lessen the effects of some forms of epilepsy.
The Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council held an educational summit to address misinformation about marijuana and synthetic drugs.
Thomas Gorman outlined his group’s stance that marijuana legalization has had a negative impact on public health and safety in Colorado.
Six members of the St. John the Apostle Church in Ellettsville got sick after eating cookies distributed May 22.