Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Legalization

South Dakota Officials Concerned After Sioux Tribe Legalizes Marijuana

The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe of South Dakota voted to legalize the growing and use of marijuana on tribal land last week.

According to reports from Keoland.com, the approved ordinance will “establish a facility where marijuana will be grown. Another location will offer marijuana for recreational use. The ordinance approves marijuana consumption only inside of a single facility that has yet to be determined. Officials describe the proposed facility to function similarly to a bar. Tribe officials said that marijuana will not be allowed to leave that location.”

Cannabis cultivation and use is still against South Dakota law and the tribe’s decision has many state officials concerned.

“The use and possession of marijuana by any non-Indians still remains against the law and would be a misdemeanor. Similarly any time there is an impaired driving, whether it’s alcohol related or marijuana related, would be a DUI under South Dakota law,” Attorney General Marty Jackley said.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement

HT Newsletter

Subscribe for exclusive access to deals, free giveaways and more!

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.

Advertisement

You May Also Like

Culture

In the 1990s, Howard Stern was already firmly on board with cannabis legalization.

News

In his annual State of the State address, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo proposed legalizing the sale of cannabis products to individuals over the...

News

Illinois' neighboring states of Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, and Missouri have yet to legalize recreational marijuana, while Michigan already has.

News

The lack of testing facilities could slow down retail sales.

News

Virginia attorney general Mark Herring wants the Commonwealth to legalize marijuana. This week, he brought lawmakers together to discuss why.

News

Now that the long wait is over, the bureaucracy can begin.

Activism

The online seminar will be powered by real-life law enforcement experience.

News

The MORE Act would allow states to craft their own marijuana regulations.

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!