INDIANAPOLIS – In the next few days, Indianapolis’ Director of Public safety will be sending a memo to all of his employees explaining that if any of them ingests marijuana in any way, anywhere, they will be punished. And the problem boils down to inconsistencies in marijuana laws.
In Indiana, marijuana possession and use is illegal. The Indiana chapter of the national organization for the reform of marijuana laws (NORML), would like to see that change. “It should be legal…it should be treated just like alcohol,” explained Geri Twitty, of Indiana NORML.
In Colorado and Washington State, pot is legal. More than a dozen other states have legal medical marijuana and possession of the drug has been decriminalized in at least six other states. That’s created an inconsistent patchwork of marijuana laws. [Read More]