Marijuana on South Dakota Indian Reservation: What You Need to Know

Posted on Jun 16, 2015

Last Thursday, the executive committee of the Flandrea Santee Sioux Tribe approved the use of recreational marijuana on tribal lands, becoming the first U.S. tribe to do so in a state where marijuana is still illegal.

The Flandreau Santee Sioux says the tribe has been seriously consideraing the marijuan issue ever since the U.S. Justice Department delivered the Cole Memorandu, opening up the possibility of pot on reservations last December.

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