posted on Jul, 7 2015 @ 09:04 PM
a reply to: vonclod
Glad you asked here is how this came to be:
In their attempt to stop same sex marriage, the state of Indiana, passed a very harsh and exploitable law, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. To
say it was not anti LGBT oriented, would be lying. They used all of the rhetoric to get it through the legislature and then once it passed and during
the fall out of such, there was a man who decided to go to the state and put for that he wanted and got tax exempt status, to have a Church of
Cannabis. Once it was approved, now he can use such in a set place and claim it is a part of a legitimate church. Now to my knowledge and a quick
search, it is still illegal there, and there is no medical exclusion there. With one law, that was passed, it is now, in this one instance been made
legal to the attendees at this one non profit organization.
Now if one person can exploit the law like that, then it would stand to reason that say a city or town with a large Islamic population could also
exploit this exact same law and turn around and force the ban on the sale of bacon and all pork products, or any forbidden food and drink, and make
the claim that would be upheld in a court, as being a burden to their religious freedoms, and probably win.