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Cannabis is currently illegal in Indiana.
There were attempts to legalize medical marijuana Indiana. Bills were introduced in 2015, but were rejected.
In 2017, CBD was legalized for epilepsy, and in 2018 CBD was legalized for any use. There have been reductions in the punishment for simple possession, but punishments for possession with the intent to sell, deliver or distribute in any way has increased.
At the moment, only medical CBD is available in Indiana. Otherwise, both medical and recreational marijuana are prohibited.
It is illegal to possess cannabis in Indiana.
No, it is not legal to grow cannabis in Indiana.