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Indiana AG Says Cops Can Seize CBD Oil—Unless It’s for Epilepsy

Attorney General Curtis Hill says police officers can seize any "substance containing cannabidiol — or anything packaged as such."

Indiana Prosecutors Insist Cannabis ‘Is Not Medicine’

The prosecutors' claims are at odds with scientific studies that have found marijuana can treat chronic pain and ease nausea from chemotherapy.

State of the Leaf: Colorado Bans Co-ops, May Shelter Cannabis From Feds

State of the Leaf is Leafly’s weekly roundup of legalization news from around the nation and the world.

State of the Leaf: Peruvian President Wants to Legalize MMJ

From Arkansas to Guam, stay informed on the cannabis legislation and policy news across the globe.

Cannabis Legislation 2017: We’re Tracking All Legalization Bills

Is your state considering changes to its cannabis laws? It's legislature season, and we're watching all the states in play.

State of the Leaf: Arkansas Lawmakers Aim to Gut MMJ Program

New York eyes full legalization, Maryland is drafting a constitutional amendment to legalize, and Minnesota's MMJ program is low on cash.

State of the Leaf: As Opinions Shift, Unlikely States Weigh Legalization

With the results of the 2016 election in hand, many state legislators and advocates are weighing their options for legalization...

Mike Pence, Trump’s VP Pick, is Bad News for Cannabis Reform

Today’s report that Donald Trump has chosen Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate is a blow to those of us hoping for cannabis policy reform during the next presidency.

Chile Unveils the Largest Cannabis Farm in Latin America: The Leafly Roundup

Chile just opened the largest cannabis farm in Latin America. That and more in this week's cannabis legalization roundup.

When Police Work the Drug War’s Dark Side

Here are six examples of law enforcement officers getting caught on the wrong end of drug busts.

Vermont Governor and Attorney General Team Up for Legalization: The Leafly Roundup

Vermont is emerging as a leader for cannabis legalization with a major announcement and public show of support from some Very Important People.

The IRS Just Gave the First Church of Cannabis Tax-Exempt Status

The IRS just granted Indiana's First Church of Cannabis tax-exempt status, opening up a myriad of benefits including various tax advantages and limited auditing risks.

Weekend Weirdness: Would You Worship the Church of Cannabis?

Indiana's controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act has inspired one man to protest in an unexpected way: by establishing the "First Church of Cannabis."

New Bills Present Trafficking Concerns and a California Senator Remains Defiantly Anti-Legalization: The Leafly Cannabis Legalization Update

More states continue to introduce promising legislation for cannabis in 2015. Here are the cannabis legislation updates for the week, including a few that may surprise you:

Indiana’s Cannabis Policy May Be Getting an Upgrade

Indiana Senate Bill 284 would legalize the production of hemp and cannabis by local Indiana farmers and create a medical marijuana system.

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