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.
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...
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.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that a 15-year-old Rastafarian boy has the religious freedom right under Minnesota Law to carry a pot pipe at all times as part of his religious practice and a reminder of his faith.
Ministers speak out against the Drug War and in support of marijuana.