Judge Bans Church From Using Cannabis as a “Religious Sacrament”

Indiana’s First Church of Cannabis just suffered a major setback in its quest to circumvent the state’s harsh marijuana laws by getting cannabis classified as a religious sacrament. Last week, Marion County Superior Court Judge Sheryl Lynch ruled that while the First Church of Cannabis is a valid church, smoking and selling pot is not protected as a religious exemption.

“The FCOC can continue to be a church without giving marijuana as a holy sacrament and selling it in the gift shop,” she…

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