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Weekly Legislative Roundup, 1/28/2017

Weekly Legislative Roundup, 1/28/2017

On the proactive “Team Rationality” side, NORML chapters are advancing efforts from reducing criminal penalties in Virginia to expanding worker protections for cannabis consumers in Washington state.

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Ethan Nadelmann stepping down from Drug Policy Alliance

January 28, 2017
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Ethan Nadelmann stepping down from Drug Policy Alliance

Ethan Nadelmann’s Farewell Letter to Drug Policy Alliance Staff

The time has come for me to step aside as executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance.

This is just about the toughest decision I’ve ever made but it feels like the right time for me personally and also for DPA. It’s almost twenty-three years...

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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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NORML Chapters Organize State Lobby Days for Marijuana Law Reforms

NORML Chapters Organize State Lobby Days for Marijuana Law Reforms

In several states across the country, NORML chapters are organizing citizen lobby days to engage state lawmakers on the issue of marijuana law reforms. Sign up today to get involved with the NORML chapter nearest you!

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Odds and Ends

January 24, 2017
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Odds and Ends

Tom Angell has been consistently ahead of the pack on all things related to marijuana news and politics – he’s had a great connection with lawmakers as well. Now he has a new email newsletter, currently titled “Generic Marijuana Newsletter.”

You can view it here and, if you wish, hit subscribe in the upper...

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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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President Obama’s pardons and commutations

January 19, 2017
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President Obama’s pardons and commutations

Obama grants final 330 commutations to nonviolent drug offenders

Obama didn’t seriously focus on pardons and commutations until 2014, two years into his second term. But, on Thursday, his last full day in office, Obama announced 330 more commutations, bringing his total number of clemencies to 1,715. He has granted commutations to more people...

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Marijuana Regulators Target Home Cultivation

Marijuana Regulators Target Home Cultivation

Local and state lawmakers are considering unduly restrictive rules and regulations for marijuana home grows.

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Legislators Seek To Delay The Enactment Of Voter-Initiated Marijuana Laws

Legislators Seek To Delay The Enactment Of  Voter-Initiated Marijuana Laws

Legislators in a number of states are pushing forward measures to delay the enactment of several voter-initiated marijuana laws. NORML Executive Director Erik Altieri called the efforts “an affront to the democratic process.” He added: “Voters have lived with the failings of marijuana prohibition for far too long already. Lawmakers have a responsibility...

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Action Works When Action Is Taken

January 15, 2017
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Action Works When Action Is Taken

To speed up the process one only has to get involved. It is easy to sit back and watch while progress occurs, but it is rewarding to be a part of such a movement.

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Humboldt County Cup Forced to Move by Police

Humboldt County Cup Forced to Move by Police

California voters approved the legalization of marijuana this past November, but for some cities, embracing the new law is going to take some time.

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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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