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Indiana Police Threaten to Makes Arrests at First Church of Cannabis Service

On Monday, the First Church of Cannabis announced on social media that rather than risk legal turbulence, the inaugural service on Wednesday would be held without the use of marijuana.

Indiana Pot Church Announces First Reefer Revival

In the spirit of testing the boundaries of both prohibition and the Hoosier state’s newfound dedication to discrimination, Indiana’s First Cannabis Church has announced plans to hold its first-ever reefer revival at the beginning of July.

Texas Could Legalize Recreational Marijuana in 2015

While a recent proposal aimed at establishing a taxed and regulated cannabis market in the state of Texas seemed to be more of a long shot than a three-legged horse coming out of the gate ass first, the motion managed to win the approval of a key legislative committee ear...

Indiana's Anti-Gay Law Brings to Life the First Church of Cannabis

A loophole in Indiana's recently enacted anti-gay legislation has brought to life the First Church of Cannabis. Papers filed with the Secretary of State were accepted, meaning the state must recognize this new church as a legitimate ministry and accepted faith.

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