cheap meds

George Rohrbacher: Trump Administration Plans To Ramp Up Government Regulation and Stifle New Marijuana Businesses

March 1, 2017
By
George Rohrbacher: Trump Administration Plans To Ramp Up Government Regulation and Stifle New Marijuana Businesses

Americans across the nation are clamoring: "Tax me, tax me, just please stop arresting me!" By George Rohrbacher, Former Washington State Senator (R), Former NORML board member

Read more »

Federal Legislation Introduced To Exclude Cannabis From The Controlled Substances Act

Federal Legislation Introduced To Exclude Cannabis From The Controlled Substances Act

If the Justice Department won't listen to reason, then we must take this issue out of its hands. Act now to pass the “Ending Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2017” to ensure that medical marijuana patients and others are protected from undue federal interference.

Read more »

Alternative Fact: Marijuana Causes Violence

Alternative Fact: Marijuana Causes Violence

Sessions' latest comments are completely fictitious and describe a reality that only exists in the world of alternative facts. Marijuana legalization has not lead to increased violence, but rather has lead to lowered youth use rates, increased tax revenue, and fewer arrests of otherwise law abiding American citizens.

Read more »

Four days since The White House threatened marijuana consumers…

Four days since The White House threatened marijuana consumers…

It has been a whirlwind since the White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Thursday indicated that the Trump administration may engage in “greater” efforts to enforce federal anti-marijuana laws in jurisdictions that have legalized and regulated its adult use.

Read more »

Open Thread

February 27, 2017
By
Open Thread

I’ve been busy on other projects. Still a lot of speculation out there regarding the directions that this administration will take… talk of eliminating the ONDCP, Spicer’s comments about enforcing federal laws against states that legalize marijuana, yet seeming support for state medical laws, etc.

The key value that we have is that for...

Read more »

Weekly Legislative Roundup 2/24/2017

Weekly Legislative Roundup 2/24/2017

To date, there have been 1,322 pieces of legislation introduced nationwide - this week’s action ranges from the elected officials in North Dakota seeking to overturn the will of their voters to officials in California seeking to turn themselves into a “Sanctuary State” when it comes to marijuana.

Read more »

White House Press Secretary Hints Federal Marijuana Crackdown May Be Forthcoming

White House Press Secretary Hints Federal Marijuana Crackdown May Be Forthcoming

Undermining voters’ wishes and state laws in this regard not only defies common sense, it is also bad politics — particularly for an administration that is defining itself as populist in nature.

Read more »

Polling: Voters Support Marijuana Law Reform By Record Numbers

Record numbers of voters support regulating the marijuana market and oppose federal efforts to interfere or undermine state laws permitting the plant's use or sale, according to nationwide polling data released by Quinnipiac University.

Read more »

Michigan NORML: Presidents’ Day Letter To Congress From The Front Lines

February 20, 2017
By
Michigan NORML: Presidents’ Day Letter To Congress From The Front Lines

Engaging elected officials is a primary function of NORML and all its affiliates. As the Michigan Affiliate of NORML, we are pleased to participate in this and other NORML nationally-coordinated campaigns that reach out to federal representatives in a collaborative way that reinforces the strength of support for cannabis reforms.

Read more »

Weekly Legislative Roundup 2/18/2017

Weekly Legislative Roundup 2/18/2017

Nationwide, the number of bills relating to marijuana now tops 1,200, ranging from technical tweaks to codes to a Rep in Washington actually trying to reinstate prohibition! All that and more in this weeks legislative update.

Read more »

A Congressional Cannabis Caucus Is Born

A Congressional Cannabis Caucus Is Born

The official establishment of a Congressional Cannabis Caucus represents yet another step forward toward ultimately reforming cannabis policy at the federal level. The creation of this caucus is yet another manifestation that our political power is growing -- even inside the beltway.

Read more »

NORML Forms Multi-State Workplace Drug Testing Coalition

NORML Forms Multi-State Workplace Drug Testing Coalition

A growing coalition of NORML Chapters in California, Oregon, Colorado and Washington have come together to advocate for necessary legislative and workplace reforms to protect responsible marijuana consumers from discriminatory practices such as workplace drug testing.

Read more »

BAD TIDINGS FOR EAST HAWAII

Archives

March 2017
M T W T F S S
« Feb    
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
2728293031