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First American marijuana night club to open in South Dakota

Marijuana or Weed with some Hash on top
Marijuana or Weed with some Hash on top (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Leaders of the Santee Sioux Tribe plan to open a weed shop on their reservation in South Dakota. Adults will be invited to come smoke and club at the business, according to The Seattle Times.

“We want it to be an adult playground,”said Anthony Reider, the tribe’s president. “There’s nowhere else in American that has something like this.”

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In June marijuana was legalized on the Santee Sioux land. Since then members of the Indian County have been exercising their right to smoke.

Construction of the building is already underway. Leaders of the tribe hope to attain $2 million in revenues every month.

To read more about the new club opening in South Dakota see the full story.

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