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Hoosier Veteran Takes Cannabis Information to D.C.

Jeff Staker, the founder of Hoosier Veterans for Medical Cannabis, is no stranger to many in the Indiana Statehouse and in D.C. Recently, Staker embarked on another trip to D.C. on the week of April 20th to attend cannabis policy conferences and deliver packets of...

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Senator Mike Braun: Is He Advancing Cannabis Reform?

During the 2018 Republican primary election season, Mike Braun stood out among the candidates for U.S. Senate by being the least offensive to Republican voters favoring federal cannabis reform. Whereas then U.S. Representatives Luke Messer and Todd Rokita waxed poetic...

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Rep. Hollingsworth to Consider SAFE Banking Act

On Tuesday March 26th, the House Financial Services Committee will be convening for a markup of H.R. 1598, the SAFE (Secure and Fair Enforcement) Banking Act of 2019. During the markup process, committee members will consider any proposed amendments and then vote on a...

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Cannabis Reform Highlights

Even with the Indiana session winding to a close, there's always a lot going on with cannabis reform in Indiana. Here are some highlights to keep you updated: Charly Curtis Charly Curtis is a 6 year old girl that died this February from having multiple seizures severe...

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New Congressmen Pence and Baird Talk Cannabis

United States Representatives Greg Pence (IN-06) and Jim Baird (IN-04) are both new members of Indiana's Congressional delegation to Congress, filling the void left by former representative Luke Messer, who lost his seat when he decided to campaign for U.S. Senate,...

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The State of Cannabis Reform in Indiana

During the 2018 legislative session, state representative Jim Lucas (R-69) introduced his first medical cannabis bill, HB 1106, which quickly gained three co-authors after being assigned to the House Public Health committee. Fellow Republican Sean Eberhart (district...

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2019 Session Spotlight: Decriminalization Legislation

Author: Bill Groth Ten states plus the District of Columbia have legalized the purchase and consumption of recreational marijuana. Those states are Alaska, where it is legal for adults 21 and over to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and legal to grow up to six...

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