The 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 …
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