Indiana Marijuana Church Releases Its Own Ten Commandments; 'The New Deity Dozen'

Grower Steve Jenkins checks out his marijuana plants at the Botanacare marijuana store ahead of their grand opening on New Year's day in Northglenn, Colorado December 31, 2013. The world's first state-licensed marijuana retailers, catering to Colorado's newly legal recreational market for pot, are stocking their shelves ahead of their January 1, 2014, grand opening that supporters and detractors alike see as a turning point in America's drug culture.

Indiana's First Church of Cannabis, a religious organization pushing the boundaries of recreational marijuana use in the state that recently received tax-exempt status has released its own version of the Ten Commandments named "The New Deity Dozen."

The "Deity Dozen" includes twelve basic guidelines for living for the group and encourages member to "practice these in your daily adventures in life, teach others to do the same."

The New Deity Dozen are:

  1. Don't be an a**h***. Treat everyone with
  2. ...
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