What progress has Indiana made in marijuana reform?

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According to the Indianapolis Star, Senator Tallian said on November 9 that she plans to re-introduce S.B. 347 and feels that her fellow senators and other government officials in Indiana have been increasingly accepting in their attitudes towards marijuana reform over her last couple years in office.
In addition to Senator Tallian’s never-ending push to get Indiana to at least discuss and research the idea of how Indiana could use decriminalization of cannabis to its benefit, another state lawmaker wants to introduce a separate proposal. According to the Indianapolis Star, Republican Senator Brent Steele has stated that he plans to introduce a new legislation that would change marijuana possession of 10 grams or less to an infraction, a much lesser charge than the misdemeanor that it currently carries.
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