The North Carolina chapter of the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws is excited to have such an esteemed group of individuals speak on behalf of the marijuana movement at this politically symbolic event, and especially during such a historic time in our fight for legalization. Marijuana prohibition continues to feed a violent criminal economy and waste precious tax dollars.
The 2012 election is, without a doubt, the most important one yet in the world of marijuana law refom. Three states, Colorado, Washington, and Oregon will be voting to legalize marijuana use by responsible adults and Montana, Arkansas, and Massachusetts, will be voting on medical marijuana issues. These reform efforts, coupled with local ballot measures to decriminalize possession and a presidential election, give us the opportunity to make history this November. Help us deliver the knock out blow to cannabis prohibition this fall, support the National Organization for the Reform […]
“This campaign will draw public attention to the damage marijuana prohibition is causing not only in our country, but in Mexico as well. This multi-national coalition of drug reform, human rights, religious and progressive organizations have come together with one objective; raising awareness about, and ending, our 75 year violent and failed drug prohibition,” said Sabrina Fendrick of the NORML Women’s Alliance.
Congratulations to Tennessee NORML for their Saturday morning unveiling of a new billboard campaign in Nashville supporting now annual legislation in the state to allow patient access to medical cannabis.
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Dear NORML Supporters, Please consider making a donation of $25 or more in support of NORML’s longstanding cannabis law reform efforts and for providing assistance to the victims of the current laws and regulations. A visit to NORML’s archives finds vintage NORML national conference posters designed by California artist Sonia Sanchez for the 2007 conference held in Los Angeles. These prints are now collector items that provide vivid color to any room or office. BTW, the names in the faux ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame’ stars memorialize noted cannabis law reformers […]
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The NORML Women’s Alliance has been growing at an unprecedented rate. Women have been organizing around the country, targeting the female demographic and spreading the word of marijuana law reform. The enthusiasm for this NORML Foundation program has crossed the border and gone international. The Women’s Alliance has become the latest sensation for marijuana law reformers in Canada, and is spreading like wildfire across the territories. From Vancouver to Toronto, the NORML Women’s Alliance has brought together an amazing group of strong, empowered, like-minded women. In early May, the NORML […]
At Least 1 – 1.5 Million Americans are Legal Medical Marijuana Patients
Market for these patients in sixteen states and D.C. estimated at between $2 – $6 billion annually
MAY 31, 2011 – We don’t know his or her name, but somewhere in one of sixteen states and the District of Columbia is America’s 1,000,000th legal medical marijuana patient. […]
NORML’s youtube channel, NORML TV, recently launched a new video series entitled ‘Ask NORML,’ which features NORML staff answering questions submitted by you — the marijuana law reform activist.
In the debut episode, NORML founder and legal counsel Keith Stroup speaks about NORML’s past and ongoing efforts to reschedule cannabis under federal law.
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