MACY, Neb. —Leaders of the Omaha Tribe in Nebraska are considering land in western Iowa for growing marijuana.


 

The Sioux City Journal newspaper reports tribal members approved three referendums Tuesday giving the Tribal Council the authority to legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational use and to grow plants for industrial hemp.

Tribal Chairman Vernon Miller says a study will examine whether the business would make financial sense.

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The Associated Press