While Indiana is considered to be one of the most conservative states in the U.S., it is currently contemplating legalizing marijuana. In a recent pole conducted by The Hoosier Survey, 53 percent of Indiana residents support legalizing marijuana. Even more compelling is that 78 percent are ready to tax marijuana similarly to tobacco and alcohol.
This coincides with the shifting opinion regarding the legalization of marijuana throughout the United States, though the more conservative states have been less inclined to write marijuana legislation. Indiana could mark a distinctive shift in opinion within conservative states, opening further avenues for future canna-businesses.