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Tulalip is sponsoring research that will examine how whole plant cannabis extracts can treat opioid addiction and Alzheimer’s Disease. “Tulalip Tribes is committed to developing Cannabis-derived medicines,” said Teri Gobin, Vice Chairman of the Tulalip Tribes.
The Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel closed its casino in 2014, and has since converted the property into a growing/cultivation operation, and cannabis-byproduct manufacturing facility. The Tribe opened the doors to its cannabis storefront, Mountain Source, in mid-February.
The Elk Valley Rancheria got a greenlight on its cannabis license from country supervisors, and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is launching a study to evaluate legalizing cannabis on the Qualla Boudary.