NORML’s Weekly Legislative Round Up

NORML’s Weekly Legislative Round Up

It’s January and once again it’s time for NORML’s Weekly Legislative Round Up — activists’ one-stop guide to pending marijuana law reform legislation around the country. ** A note to first time readers: NORML can not introduce legislation in your state. Nor can any other non-profit advocacy organization. Only your state representatives, or in some...

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Updated NORML Report Reviews Nearly 200 Studies On The Therapeutic Use Of Cannabis

Updated NORML Report Reviews Nearly 200 Studies On The Therapeutic Use Of Cannabis

NORML has recently posted online the fourth edition of its popular and comprehensive booklet, “Emerging Clinical Applications for Cannabis & Cannabinoids: A Review of the Recent Scientific Literature.” Updated and revised for 2011, this report reviews approximately 200 newly published scientific studies assessing the safety and efficacy of marijuana and its compounds in the...

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Marijuana Prohibition Era Cartoon Par Excellence: Hemp’s Notorious Cousin

Thanks to the GlobalMana Foundation and the design group Northshorecartoon for publishing a very creative, funny and spot-on political commentary in the form of a short cartoon focused on the costly absurdity of the U.S. government banning the domestic production of industrial hemp. Most all other countries (Canada, France, Great Britain, China, Switzerland, etc…) do...

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Weed The People: Cannabis and The Constitution

Weed The People: Cannabis and The Constitution

Update: Inexplicably, the Republican leadership chose to CENSOR reading the 18th Amendment today. Ugh. Today, as first act for the Republican led 112th Congress, the new majority is going to read the United States Constitution out loud. Oh, the irony. If there is real reverence for the document (notably the original copies of the document in the...

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Cincinnati City Council To Suspend Marijuana Recriminalization Law

Cincinnati City Council To Suspend Marijuana Recriminalization Law

Cincinnati City Council members are expected to vote 5 to 4 on a 2011 budget plan that repeals the city’s four-year-old marijuana recriminalization law. Council members’ decision to suspend the law is one of several cost-cutting measures that will be enacted in the new budget. Under Ohio state law, the possession of up to 100...

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