Bill Levin poses in the sanctuary at The First Church of Cannabis. (Photo: Kelly Wilkinson/The Star file photo)
Stephanie Wang and Michael Anthony Adams ~ IndyStar.com ~

Legal experts question whether church can overcome hurdles in challenging Indiana's marijuana laws.

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By filing its highly anticipated religious liberty claim Wednesday, the First Church of Cannabis has put the question everyone's been wondering about in the hands of the court:
 
Is this a real religion?
 
And does it have a protected right to practice legitimate beliefs?
 
Click here to read the complete article.
 
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