The Flandreau Santee Sioux tribe, a tribe with around 400 members located in South Dakota, legalized marijuana in June of 2015. This was possible after the United States Justice Department outlined a new policy that gave tribes permission to grow and sell cannabis under the same conditions as some states. The small South Dakota tribe also plans to open a resort where people can legally buy and consume cannabis grown on the reservation.
Source: Fontaine, T. (2015). South Dakota tribe develops marijuana resort after legalizing pot. cbc.ca.
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