Ziemeke acknowledged it’s unclear if her bill will even receive a hearing
Lawmakers in Indiana introduced several bills that would legalize marijuana in the state, an increasingly rare example of a state with no allowances for medical or adult-use cannabis.
However, despite majority support for legalization among the state’s voters, according to a recent poll, Indiana House Bill 1039 would change nothing unless Congress acts first.
A bipartisan bill – three Republican and one Democrat are co-sponsors – HB 1039 would take effect and allow cannabis access for adults 21 and older over as well as patients with a doctor’s recommendation only when marijuana is no longer “a federal schedule I controlled substance,” according to Louisville, Kentucky, TV station WDRB.
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