Ho-Chunk Nation Indian Tribe in Wisconsin Votes to End Ban on Cannabis Possession and Sales

hochunkThe Ho-Chunk Nation Indian tribe, located in Wisconsin, has voted to end their ban on the possession and distribution of recreational cannabis.

The tribe’s General Council has voted to end their ban on cannabis, with 63% of the council voting in favor.

According to tribal officials, cannabis sales and possession is not yet legal as they work out the specifics of where cannabis would be sold, but this is the first step in that direction.

In a similar move, members of the Menominee Indian tribe, also in Wisconsin, voted 677 to 499 last month to legalize recreational cannabis. Members of that tribe also voted 899 to 275 to legalize medical cannabis.


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  1. Perhaps you could be the legal cannabis express to get patients their medicine. Your medicine men should be untouchable by the DEA

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