The Indiana legislature legalized low-THC CBD oil in March 2018. So what does that mean?
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One year after Indiana legalized the sale and use of CBD oil, a national tour is stopping in Indianapolis this week for the first time to promoteits medical uses and the industry sprouting up around it.
CBD Expo Midwest kicks off Friday at the Indianapolis Marriott East, 7202 E. 21st St., and runs through Saturday. Indianapolis is the only Midwest stop on the 2019 tour, which heads to Seattle in June, Denver in October, Orlando in November and wraps up in San Diego at year’s end. Tickets for the two-day expo, available at cbdexpo.net, cost $124. Single-day tickets are $75.
“We take much consideration when building these shows that these are specifically medically related. It’s not a stoner culture,” said Adam Headley, president