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Indiana

Allows Medical marijuana?: Limited (Yes high-CBD, low-THC oil)

Allows Adult-Use marijuana?: No

2018 Medical Sales : N/A

2022 Projected Medical Sales : N/A

2018 Adult Use Sales : N/A

2022 Projected Adult Use Sales : N/A

Noteworthy Information: Though Indiana lawmakers have been historically opposed to cannabis, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signed into law on March 21, 2018 Senate Enrolled Act 52, which legalized cannabidiol oil in Indiana. Manufacturers are required to test each batch in order to ensure it has less than 0.3% THC. Beginning July 1, 2018, retailers can only sell CBD products that comply with new state testing and packaging requirements, which include certification that the product is derived from industrial hemp and not cannabis. In addition, a QR code on the label is required which links to a document containing information on the batch, ingredients, and the name of the company that manufactured such ingredients. A bill which would legalize medical marijuana was introduced into the House in January 2018.

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