In Response to New Law, Indiana Opens First Cannabis Church

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Weed lovers of the world now have a collective place to pray! Inresponse to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's signing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law last Thursday, the The First Church of Cannabis Inc. has been approved by the Secretary of the State. Inresponse to a law that would allow churches legal backing todiscriminate or otherwise participate in activity that wouldpotentially be deemed illegal, Bill Levin decided to open up thechurch to promote peace and love for all. "I find that mostreligions are misled into gross perversions of what they are meantto be. This path has led me to lead a religion that people intoday's world can relate to it," Levin recently told the Post whenasked about his new spiritual endeavor. The church has been gainingpublic attention since it was approved, garnering over 7000Facebook fans and $2,000 in donations in just the past five days. Eventually, when the church is established it plans to ask membersto donate $4.20 a month which will go towards the church'sproduction and sale of hemp; meaning they won't actually be buyingor selling weed, but the church won't stop you from lighting upduring service.

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