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Where Is The Future For Marijuana Banking Reform?

Where Is The Future For Marijuana Banking Reform?

As the nation’s largest and oldest consumer rights group, NORML is committed to supporting efforts that provide a safe, convenient, aboveground market for cannabis consumers, and that allow local entrepreneurs to enter the marketplace free from undue federal interference.

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BREAKING: Attorney General Vote Delayed

BREAKING: Attorney General Vote Delayed

While this in no way means that Sessions will not merely be advanced and approved next week, it does buy us time to make our voices heard in regards to his stance on marijuana policy.

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Weekly Legislative Roundup, 1/13/2017

Weekly Legislative Roundup, 1/13/2017

With a majority of states now full swing into their legislative sessions, over 400 bills nationwide have been submitted that in someway, shape, or form address marijuana policies. Ranging from ending the criminal prohibition of marijuana to tweaks to legalized medical marijuana programs to better serve patients; clearly, inch by inch, we are winning.

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#TakeAction – Call the Judiciary Committee Today to Protect Marijuana Progress

On January 10th and 11th, the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold hearings on the nomination of Jeff Sessions to become the next Attorney General. Over the course of these two days, marijuana reformers and citizens alike from around the country will be calling members of the committee to have them ask a simple question:...

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NORML Releases Open Letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence on Marijuana Policy

NORML Releases Open Letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence on Marijuana Policy

National NORML, Michigan NORML and dozens of other state and local chapters have released an open letter to Vice President-Elect Pence seeking clarity and common sense from the incoming administration regarding marijuana policy.

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Hearing Set for Jeff Sessions Attorney General Nomination

Hearing Set for Jeff Sessions Attorney General Nomination

Already it appears that Sen. Grassley will try to keep the hearings as short as possible and restrict the number of witnesses who testify.

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