Los Angeles, CA: These are the last days to register online to attend NORML's 2012 national conference, 'The Final Days of Prohibition,' taking place Thursday, October 4th through Saturday, October 6th at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel.
Former CA Assemblyman and peace activist Tom Hayden will speak on Thursday morning. Best-selling travel author and TV host Rick Steves and NORML Founder Keith Stroup will address attendees at Friday's Keynote luncheon, "Observations on the Final Days of Prohibition".
Round-table sessions and plenary speeches at NORML's 41st annual conference include:
States NORML's Executive Director Allen St. Pierre: "2012 marks the beginning of the end of cannabis prohibition. A majority of Americans for the first time now acknowledge their support for ending marijuana prohibition and replacing it with a system of legalization and regulation, and this November a handful of states are poised to embrace this common sense policy. The 2012 national NORML Conference reflects upon the decades of failure imposed by prohibition, celebrates our recent progress at amending this policy, and looks forward to the very near future when cannabis prohibition is abolished once and for all."
Social events include a Wednesday night welcoming reception, a Thursday night Activist Awards Ceremony and 'Not-So-Silent' Auction, and a Saturday night fundraiser at The Hemp Museum in downtown Los Angeles.
NORML invites the public to join hundreds of likeminded marijuana law reformers at the nation's only annual conference dedicated to ending cannabis prohibition.
Online registration and day passes, as well as details regarding conference speakers, agenda, and social events, is available at: http://norml.org/conference/.