Las Vegas NORML collected dozens of signatures from consumers who support such a comprehensively reformative bill. With the consumer’s information, the team will hand-deliver the pre-written letters of support to their respective representative in both Congress and the Senate during our trip to Washington DC and show irrefutable evidence of this bill’s popularity and need.
It’s time to end the broken and discriminatory policies of marijuana prohibition.! Get involved with a NORML chapter today!
With states surrounding Wisconsin advancing significant cannabis policy reforms, the majority of the American public supporting some form of legalization and the governor’s newfound support for cannabis policy reforms, members of Wisconsin NORML are planning an aggressive legislatively strategy in advance of 2020!
NORML New Jersey stormed the halls of the state legislature during Monday’s press conference, rally, and lobby day to help break the legalization deadlock and demand that state lawmakers take action in support of adult use cannabis legalization in the Garden State.
Marijuana smokers and medical cannabis patients in New Jersey are to remain second class citizens. The two-ring, bipartisan political circus in Trenton has failed to deliver a promise of our freedom… again.
Get your tickets now for the 2019 NORML Conference & Lobby Day!
Chicago NORML is very excited to participate in the Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA) summit in Washington D.C. and playing a leading role in drafting policy agendas to ensure participation of people of color in the cannabis industry.
In the Texas State Capitol Building, dozens of patients joined us to ask their legislators to coauthor legislation that will make the Texas Compassionate Use Program more inclusive and effective.
On Monday, Texans Veterans met at the Capitol to meet with their legislators and advocate for a comprehensive medical marijuana program in Texas.
NORML of Catawba Valley will be in Raleigh on Friday, April 5, 2019 to lobby state lawmakers in support of S. 58, which will expand upon the state’s decriminalization law and also provide for the expungement of certain prior cannabis convictions.