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    The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) endorses Proposition 2: The Utah Medical Cannabis Act, which regulates the licensed production and distribution of medical cannabis products to qualified patients who possess a physician’s recommendation.

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    NORML staff today responded to reports that the US Customs and Border Protection Agency will enforce a policy denying entry into the United States any individual involved Canada’s burgeoning marijuana market.

  • Read more by Carly Wolf, NORML Political Associate

    Welcome to the latest edition of NORML's Weekly Legislative Roundup!

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    NORML Comments on the Murder of Botham Jean in Texas. Attempts to slander victim because of marijuana possession an egregious and disgusting act.

  • Read more by Matthew Bratcher, Executive Director, KY NORML

    Update from Kentucky NORML: State Interim Joint Judiciary Committee held a meeting to discuss medical marijuana and the bill being proposed by Rep. Nemes (R-), Rep. St. Onge (R-), Rep. Hart (R-) and Rep Sims (D-) and Rep. Jason Nemes, R-Louisville, presents information on proposed legislation on medical marijuana for the 2019 Regular Session of the General Assembly during the Interim Joint Committee on Licensing, Occupations, and Administrative Regulations. Read more in our September Newsletter!

  • Read more by NORML

    Members of the House Judiciary Committee voted today in favor of legislation (HR 5634: The Medical Cannabis Research Act of 2018) to facilitate federally-approved clinical trials assessing the efficacy of whole-plant cannabis. The vote marks the first time that lawmakers have ever decided in favor of easing existing federal restrictions which limit investigators ability to clinically study marijuana in a manner similar to other controlled substances.

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    The initiative permits those over the age of 21 to possess and grow personal use quantities of cannabis and related concentrates, while also licensing activities related to commercial marijuana production and retail marijuana sales.

  • Read more by Kevin Mahmalji, NORML Outreach Director

    NORML Chapters around the country are busy registering voters and mobilizing supporters of marijuana law reforms in advance of this November’s election, especially in states like Missouri, Michigan, North Dakota and Utah where voters will have a chance to vote on medical or adult-use marijuana initiatives.