Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Cannabis-curious Lower Brule endorse Randy Seiler

The Kul Wicasa Oyate could be the next tribe trapped inside South Dakota to legalize cannabis.
Vice-Chairman Kevin Wright says it's a matter that's crossed the minds of members in the community. “What I gathered from a small group of people is that they want it legalized and they're asking us what we're going to do about it,” said Wright. [KDLT teevee]
The Lower Brule Nation has off-reservation property in Fort Pierre where Randy Seiler lives and they could test their sovereignty.

Tribes are the 51st State to the US Environmental Protection Agency. It just awarded the Lower Brule $200,000 to clean up contamination in their community.

Standing Rock, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, and the Oglala Lakota Nation are also mulling cannabis projects.

Black market cannabis not tested or subject to inspection makes America and South Dakota less safe. Legalizing and regulating a product that so many people enjoy is reasonable public policy aligned with life/safety concerns. Lower Brule has struggled with synthetic marijuana.

If nominated by the South Dakota Democrats Seiler will be a strong contender against whomever the earth haters pick especially if the Constitution Party names a candidate to siphon conservative support in November.

Legislators and other stakeholders should use my model as a roadmap to legalization.

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