First Church of Cannabis Approved in Indiana
Indiana will soon be home to The First Church of Cannabis, as the marijuana-inspired church has been approved by the state. The Washington Post reports that church founder Bill Levin proposed the church in response to Indiana’s controversial religious freedom law, which critics say discriminate against homosexuals.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson approved the church as a religious corporation, according to the Post.
The church is “based on love and understanding with compassion for all” and has cannabis listed as its sacrament.
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