Flandreau tribe will open South Dakota's first ever marijuana dispensary on July 1 – Argus Leader

The first marijuana dispensary in South Dakota history will open next week in Moody County.

Members of the Flandreau Santiee Sioux Tribe announced Friday they have opened it’s medical marijuana program, they’re accepting applications for medical marijuana ID cards and they will open their first retail location and begin selling cannabis Thursday, the day medical marijuana becomes legal in South Dakota.

“By, and through, FSST Pharms, LLC, a wholly owned limited liability company of the tribe, the tribe has been preparing for months for the anticipated opening date of its Native Nations Cannabis Dispensary,” stated a news release issued by the tribe.

The dispensary, located on tribal land, is in a newly remodeled building at 1314 S. Veterans Street in Flandreau.

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