Ending Marijuana Prohibition Starts With You

NORML provides a voice in the public policy debate for those Americans who oppose marijuana prohibition and favor an end to the practice of arresting marijuana smokers. A nonprofit public-interest advocacy group, NORML represents the interests of the tens of millions of American adults who smoke marijuana responsibly.

As the cannabis consumers lobby, we lobby state and federal legislators to pass marijuana friendly bills, support and help qualify voter initiatives for the ballot, coordinate educational campaigns — such as the NORML Daily Podcast, NORML TV, and our op/ed writing campaign — to move public opinion forward, and provide legal advice and assistance to the victims of prohibition.

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The past few years have been some of the most productive in NORML’s history.

Since 2010 New Jersey, the District of Columbia, Arizona, and Delaware have joined the ranks of locales offering medical marijuana protections to patients, five state legislatures have considered measures to tax and regulate cannabis for adult non-medical consumers, and Connecticut and California have decriminalized personal possession.

In just the last month NORML, along with a bi-partisan coalition and other reform groups, convinced Reps. Barney Frank (D-MA) and Ron Paul (R-TX) to introduce HR 2306: the Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2011 in the US House of Representatives.

NORML has been leading direct action efforts nationwide to generate thousands of emails and letters to elected officials in support of this proposal. With committee chairmen Rep. Lamar Smith and Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI) stonewalling consideration of the measure at the committee level, we orchestrated call-in campaigns, and a petition signing initiative that gave thousands of cannabis consumers across the country a platform to voice their frustrations with prohibition. In the coming months NORML intends to keep the pressure on our federal elected officials and relentlessly advocate for HR 2306.

The 2012 election cycle is also shaping up to be one to watch for cannabis reform advocates. States such as Oregon, Washington, California, Colorado, and Massachusetts are all considering legalization ballot initiatives and NORML will be playing a key role in these efforts.

As always, NORML is working to represent your voice in the national debate for marijuana legalization. Countless news updates are delivered daily through NORML’s online outlets such as the NORML blog, Facebook, twitter, and youtube. NORML’s website is the hub for all things related to marijuana laws, policies and activism.

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  1. so how do you know if your signature went through? I’ve tried signing multiple times and it has given me no indication it wen through or not

  2. i give and give and give and what do i get? I haven’t even received my NORML stash jar yet. But i guess I’ll keep giving. What choice do i have – to give up –
    not bloody likely.
    [Editor’s note: Dozens of jars ship daily from NORML HQ…yours should arrive shortly!]

  3. There is no doubt that NORML has done more than anybody to reform Marijuana laws . Not all of us can donate because of circumstances beyond our control . Some of us may be handicapped or impaired or stuck with a minimum paying job which barely can pay the rent but we are still behind you 101% and the best we can do is wish you all the best .

  4. Its a very sad day in your country if We The People have to throw money around to get what we want instead of vote.. What happened?

  5. i am unemployed and broke, and was wandering what i could do to help since i just don’t have the cash to make a donation
    [Editor’s note: Get involved with your local NORML chapter!]

  6. I like NORML. If and when I get another job I promise to donate. Everybody who opposes marijuana prohibition should attempt to donate to help change the laws. You know vested interests that demonize marijuana are donating to their politicians. Evil triumphs when good people stand by and do nothing.

  7. Is there anyway to pay through PayPal?
    [Editor’s note: Since 2005 NORML has accepted PayPal payments for memberships, donations and products.]

    Potimism-[pot-uh-miz-uhm]- noun
    . The belief that marijuana will become legal no matter how unlikely it seems and there are positive ways around the excuses people give saying it can’t be legal.
    Tell your friends! Let’s make this viral!
    1. A disposition to look at the medical/financial benefits of marijuana and the good it will bring by making it legal.
    2. The belief it can be used responsibly like alcohol, except it’s much safer.
    3. Marijuana prohibition has overall failed and there are reasons it needs to be legal. Having more people vote yes on propositions that would make marijuana more available would help.
    4. To know that if it was sold in stores, weed would not be considered a” gateway drug” due to the fact that some dealers who sell marijuana also sell hard drugs like cocaine and heroin, making it an easy access to its use. This would also make it harder for minors to get it since there would be an age limit.
    5. To know the Reefer Madness generation was a time when people were brainwashed by the government to believe that marijuana has more negative side effects than it really does and that it leads to making bad decisions like murder, which is not true. The movie Reefer Madness, which exploits these untrue lies and was made for the purpose of having people oppose weed, has “Tell your children” in text at the end which sadly to say many have, leading to a chain of generations to believing it is worse than it really is. Thankfully this chain is weakening and more people are starting to realize the truth about weed.
    6. To know that alcohol is the driving force in a number of public and domestic disputes which can lower if more people smoked marijuana instead of drinking alcohol.
    7. That drug lords who operate marijuana rings can start their own legal business if marijuana became legal. (why not?)
    8. Knowing that it being illegal is causing violence to go up due to drug wars. This would go down significantly if the plant was legal.
    9. It had other uses such as oil and clothing.
    10. Our fore fathers, like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, grew marijuana and our last three presidents have smoked weed.

  9. Here in state of Alabama still disagree for HR 2306.
    Now I,m sick of tire keep sent senators to Montgomery, Alabama.
    I ,m have to stop send to letters to capital.
    It not doing no good.
    We need go to Washington to legilize medical cannabis.
    Cirgaretts? Wake up america people stop smoking nasty cigaretts, switch to cannabis it good it,s good for you, think about people again PLEASE STOP SMOKING CIRGARETTS.

  10. Our window of opportunity here is to have someone bring it up for sustained discussion at the debt ceiling talks with Obama at Camp David. Who is that? Someone has to have their back to keep the dialogue moving toward legalization. They need to save money more now than ever before. If there’s any a better pork program or pet program that someone wants to keep, it’s quid pro quo. If the tea party part of the Republican Party are for legalization, then they should get their representative(s)to bring it up to let the states decide and calculate in the federal savings. While I doubt that the Anita Bryant of the North probably would support it–would be surprised if she did–but someone like Rand Paul ought to be. Bachmann seems to be so popular with her base that it begs the questions: How much will her being for it hurt her? Will it make her even more appealing? If someone advises her beforehand to test the waters on letting the states decide whether she’s for it or against it in her personal life, she might be able to go for it with the one-issue voters on the so-called left who can be swayed to her camp, stealing them away from the Democratic Party. Whether she gets their votes or not, whatever she says on cannabis can get it into the news cycle and hopefully improve the chances of it getting brought up at Camp David. If reporters ask her the question merely, you might be able to get the issue into the news cycle. Someone flamboyant from Howard Stern or less so from a comedy news-oriented show if you must. Even if they poo-poo it, it could still get brought up from that angle at Camp David. In the news cycle, it will become a meme for a certain percentage of people who hear it. Public employees or seniors might for the first time consider it if it will save their job, pension funds, and social security checks.
    Can the issue be used to help make sure seniors get their checks?
    Some might say it all by itself isn’t much but then closing just the loophole for the jets wasn’t enough to cover the whole amount either.
    It’s how you spin it and orchestrate it.
    The other thing one can go for as a back-up plan on moving cannabis a nudge farther along the continuum between complete death penalty prohibition and legalization is to have the Administration essentially de-fund the DOJ, DEA and other federal law enforcement organizations so much that they can’t enforce the federal prohibition. If they are hamstrung that way, then Obama and Holder don’t have to make a policy change. Although on paper they’d be sticking with the federal prohibition on paper, it would be a paper tiger. States would realize that eventually, and take off the hold in states where the dispensary and distribution end of things is on hold in MMJ states. States like New Jersey and Delaware and Rhode Island wouldn’t have to be afraid of the big bad wolf actually showing up at all. No money, lowest de facto priority. More states jumping on the MMJ band wagon after that nudges things along even closer toward legalization as more and more states realize both that the Feds will not act and also realize the revenues.
    We will get there.

  11. The governors of all the states are getting together this weekend, too. Perfect opportunity for them to phone and influence the negotiations about the debt ceiling to legalize, or at least neutralize the Feds by wanting cannabis left up to the states. Governor Gregroire was on MSNBC today talking about the governors’ conference. The Feds are gonna cut what the states get for Medicare, and the states are supposed to drum up the revenue to pick up the difference out of nowhere. Time to keep it real and legalize. Jobs, jobs, jobs.

  12. Looks as if “True American” finally got to you NORML. Having said that I appreciate your organization and look forward to more video’s and news blurbs regarding legalization “vs” medical marijuana.
    Good luck!
    [Editor’s note: You will not see ‘legalization’ vs ‘medical’ as NORML does not cast the two against each, has always championed both simultaneously (along with industrial hemp law reform) and recognizes the public policy implications of each.]

  13. True American? What defines that? A Right winged Christian fascist? Wow man seems like the brainwashing is still around from Reefer Madness.. Just because people are clean cut and goodlooking doesn’t mean they are telling the truth.(Fox News)Anyways It will not ever be legalized. Way to much revenue for them to keep their hands off of.If anything pushing for regulation is our way out. Just like alcohol it would tax it and allow cardholders or regestered groweres to grow and sell to the stores for retail.

  14. All we ask for is a CHANCE. Put Marijuana on the market and allow the data to show itself instead of goin by word of payed officials. Were not asking for handouts were asking to be able to fix this country through new revenue streams.

  15. I live in Missouri and have donated many times, yet progress is agonizingly slow here. I was diagnosed with glaucoma over 15 years ago. I have waited and waited for my state and country’s governments to show some measure of compassion, to no avail. I am now on social security disability, having lost my sight entirely in one eye and the other is going fast. I can not wait any longer! I must save my money that i would have donated to NORML so i can move to New Mexico (reluctantly) in a desperate attempt to keep what little sight i have left. I am saddened and disgusted with this country’s politics. If i could move to a country that REALLY WAS FREE and cared about the welfare of it’s citizens, i would do so in a heartbeat. But, i must settle for New Mexico, knowing full well that the feds could descend upon me at any to me to needlessly destroy my life. I hate them to the bottom of my soul. This is no longer the land i was brought up to believe in, if it ever was. I’m sorry.

  16. Oh how my privates are getting hard!! I can’t wait to see the DEA and the FED fade away into the void of failed policy just like every other corrupt and evil organization throughout history. It’s gonna be AWESOME!!

  17. The DEA got a 1.2 billion increase in funding just recently. The War on Drugs is apparently untouchable! They can cut benefits to senior citizens, cut medicare, medicaid and Social security, cut aid to children that are hungry, keep taxes low for the wealthy 2%, cut social services in general, but the War on Drugs is a Top Priority!
    Why is that?
    Tobacco kills millions of people, they tax it, they put horror pics in the packs – but no war, no zero tolerance. They drink beer at the White House, say nothing about the millions addicted, the dangers, the deaths. Why is that?
    Cannabis they proclaim is the worst of the “illegal” drugs – keeping it illegal and calling it marijuana instead of ganja which is what Americans called it until the mid-1930’s, is productive in their minds. Burning tons of seized cannabis instead of turning it into biomass, which would reduce the amount of corn (food) that goes to fuel makes sense to the feds. Why? Is it because they’re afraid ethanol made from hemp or cannabis will make our fuel supplies high?
    What logic drives the feds??? Cannabis is safe, by comparison to lots of other consumer products, yet they wage a war and dedicate billions of dollars that needs to go elsewhere to help our country, and Republicans and Democrats alike have blinders on.
    According to one news report I read recently 2.5 trillion dollars have gone into the War on drugs, i.e. cannabis. Our National debt is 14.3 trillion. Armed with a calculator, I find that’s 18% of our National Debt.
    18 PERCENT!!! 18% of our National debt is a result of the War on Drugs – a colossal failure that has caused untold harm, suffering and criminal consequence to millions of Americans… and is (in)directly responsible for over 40,000 civilian deaths in Mexico. The drug War, just as with alcohol prohibition in the 1920’s fuels this vicious cycle with 18% of the tax-payers hard earned money.
    How do you sleep at night… knowing what a waste that is, what a crime against humanity it is?
    40 Years I’ve lived with this nightmare, and only once was there hope – when President Jimmy Carter legalized your home-brew beer, wine and cannabis. The 1st two had been overlooked when prohibition ended. The latter raised a firestorm of protest from the DEA and DOJ. I didn’t even know at the time a President had that power, but he did or you wouldn’t be making your own wine or beer today.
    NORML has been by my side all those years… even back in the 70’s… they have the know how and experience to make the cannabis horror-show end. The government hardly listens to it’s voters… if they did, 18% of our National Debt wouldn’t have gone to a war on American soil. Nixon “wasn’t a crook”, but rather, he had a person problem, a vendetta of sorts, perpetuated by every President since, except Pres. Carter.
    If Washington were serious about solving the Debt Crises, they would legal cannabis. There’s absolutely every reason to do it, now! Write your representatives and demand an end to tax-payer money fueling the War on Drugs and the huge deficit it’s caused. The harm it’s caused, and continues to cause.
    Stop the Hurt!

  18. NORML is a leader in Cannabis reform & i encourage everyone to get involved either through financial donations or involvement working with NORML in your local chapter .
    If it wasn’t for NORML i may not be able to bring you these articles of truth.
    ‘Sam’ is a 10 year-old California boy who lives with his Dad, Mom, and sister Lucy. Sam has autism. From age two until eight, Sam’s disorder made him violent and aggressive. His parents Steve and Angela were truly living a nightmare, every day.
    “He got to the point where he was hurting other children, when he was in school, or in public places,” Angela explains to KTLA News. “We’d be in line at the store, and he’d just bolt and hit another child in the face without any warning at all.”
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    Sam’s Dad remembers all the tough days. “One time he pulled down a TV, he knocked over furniture. I had to put him in a hold for a whole hour. His body was just spasming, so I lay there just crying, and holding him.”
    Sam’s parents worked with expert doctors, who recommended a succession of conventional prescription medications — like Risperdal and a host of others. But Sam just gained 20 pounds, and he became even more dangerous.
    “His behavior was getting worse,” Angela recalls. “And we were scared. He was getting bigger, stronger, now that he was 20 pounds heavier from the Risperdal.”
    “It was the saddest thing,” Steve says. “The child we’d grown to love was gone. When you talked to him, looked at him, he’d just disappeared.”
    Finally, at their wit’s end, and faced with the very real prospect of needing to institutionalize their son, Sam’s parents decided to try something unconventional…and controversial. Last year they began treating Sam with medical marijuana.
    “If you think about it, it’s the perfect drug for that kind of behavior, very calming,” Angela says.
    Steve and Angela got a recommendation from a medical cannabis doctor. They told Sam’s pediatrician about their plan. And Steve grew Sam’s new medicine in their back yard. From the marijuana flowers Steve grew, he could make a concentrated form, what people refer to as ‘hash.’
    Steve showed us a ball of hash, roughly ¾ inch in diameter, representing roughly four months of doses for Sam. Steve softens the cannabis with heat, then takes what appears to be just a speck of pot — Sam’s ‘dose’ for the day.
    And from the very start, the cannabis was a godsend for Sam’s family. “The first time we did it, we wanted to see if it would work at all,” Steve recalls. “It was an amazing experience, I’ll never forget it, as we watched what happened, it was like ‘He’s back!’ It was like all this anguish, pent-up rage and aggressiveness went away — it just calmed him down.”
    While KTLA visited the family, we watched Steve put Sam’s daily dose in a piece of melon and take it to him. Within roughly 20 minutes, the effects were clear. Where earlier Sam had been animated and antsy, after eating his speck of hash Sam became calm, relaxed, and social.
    Could Sam’s story help others? Respected Los Angeles-area pediatrician Chris Tolcher says we don’t know enough about cannabis for kids.
    “I think for all the parents out there whose children may have autism,” Tolcher says, “I think the message here is that this is intriguing information that needs more research before we can confidently say that marijuana is a safe and effective treatment for autism complications.”
    But for one California family, medical marijuana has literally been an answer to their prayers and a homecoming for their son. “It was a medication with the result we’d been hoping for, for so long,” Steve says.
    Angela agrees. “He was happy again, smiling, laughing. There was the boy we’d lost for so long, who we wondered if we’d ever see again.
    “It just feels like I have more control to help my son,” Steve says. “We don’t depend on doctors, who may have the best intentions, but they don’t know what Sam needs.. I want do what’s best for my son. And I’ll do whatever I can for him.”

  19. I was wondering why I see so much about HR 2306, but see very little about HR 1831, HR 1983, HR 1984, and HR 1985. Aren’t they important too?

  20. News that isn’t. YET
    Congressional Republicans cave into Obama’s demand to raise taxes on America’s richest 1% today after the President warned Republicans that failure to increase the debt ceiling would lead ” some minor ” scaleback in the war on drugs. For months the President has battled Congressional Republicans over the dire consiquences of failing to raise the debt ceiling. The Elderly might not get their SS checks, medicare could be suspended, effectivle leaving the nations elderly to die, Nations elementary schools might be forced into a 3 month per year term, skyrocketing interest rates, which will be the final nail in the coffin of the recovery. Through it all the Republicans ” just said no “.
    Finally the President found a scarey scenerio to make the Republicans notice. ” without a 50 Billion dollar tax increase on Hedge Fund managers, the Federal Goverment might have to postpone a new media campaign aimed at the nations youth.
    Said President Obama, I wanted to increase the budget of the ONDCP ” the anti drug ” to fund a media blitz to get the word out to young people that Marijuana is a dangerous drug that is a gateway to heroin and cigarrettes and tanning beds, causes irrevereversable chromaosome damage, causes single men to rape, and leads to impotence in married men. Continued the President, even one experiment with marijuana can result in cancer, birth defects, “in your future offspring and in yourself as well” (2011 federal study that proved participants in their 20’s born without the MS gene developed the gene after 1 “hit” of marijuana, even more amazingly, marijuana caused the gene to time travel back to the subjects birth creating a lifetime disability) “Marijuana not only endangers your future but your past as well”. When confronted that the last statement didn’t make any sense the President retorted, Marijuana is a dangerous drug, 635 congressmen can’t be wrong, I’m afraid some Americans ( about 45 million of em) must not have heard it the first 200,000 times).
    Congressional Republicans were quick to act. Said one of the leading negotiators ” once again this president refuses to lead”. 50 Billion to tell american people what we’ve been saying since DRAGNET ???? Here take 150 Billion. Take 300. Our God given rights and freedoms are at stake.

  21. Great, I live in Florida which will probably be last to recognize legal marijuana ’cause of all the ignorant old farts down here

  22. Everybody is and everyone seems down because of how much money it is taking to legalize marijuana. The reason for this is the lack of compassion. That with understanding with an open mind will help. I know one thing, it’s awful hard to do anything without all things needed. So , with that being said, we need money with all the other things needed . We are almost there, not! Mankind has always used cannibis and always will. The feds are the problem and the only real danger! They are the newbies on the block, not us. Experience is the best of all teachers. This is why we have all or most the answers and those opposed do not. ( Everything that has a beginning has an end , this includes prohibition.)

  23. Any one else think maybe Obama doesn’t want to legalize pot and release thousands of unemployed citizens, thus increasing the temporary burden on unemployments rates? But honestly even if that was true, it’d be a horrible reason. But just a wild thought.

  24. Brandon you might have something there. Also think of how many troops that come back and get a job in border patrol. How many of them would also be out of work? 60 plus percent of the narcotics that the cartels bring in is marijuana.hmmm.So if we take their major cash crop out of commission, then we need less border patrol. Less border patrol, equals higher projected unemployment numbers. Wouldn’t look good if our troops came back to no jobs.

  25. Point is keeping marijuana illegal is keeping certain people working while hindering millions of Americans lives. What a trade off.

  26. I would be interested in donating if I could get a response to a question?
    Will anything be done to represent those of us that dont have a chance to get anywhere near 50.1% of our state to vote on any of these topics?
    If I donate I want to fight to either change federal law or go into states that openly break federal law and enforce it.
    The only way I can enjoy what they have is to either say allow me or arrest them.

  27. Top 10 reasons marijuana is illegle
    10. Some people believe anything the Gov tells them to.
    9. Culture wars – Marijuana is forever linked to the 60’s. A lot of people want the U.S. to look more like it did before 1965. When Women and minorities knew their place, no one was gay, boys cut thier hair, girls weren’t half naked, and every boy joined the army after high school. Some of these people are over 80 and an awful lot are under 20.
    8. Currently the political pendulum has been swinging to the right for 31 years. Doesn’t matter that 2 of the last 5 Presidents were Democrats. They were (are) both to the right of Nixon on pot.
    7. Any ease up in prohibition is seen as a personal affront to law enforcement, which has seen the war on drugs lead to ever increassing police power which no one wants to give up.
    6. Drug testing – The biggie, Unconstitutional anyway you look at it. Someday the Gov may decide to stop waisting money on prohibition and decriminilize MJ. No matter you’ll be forced to pay for your own drug test used to deny you the rest of your livelyhood and well being. Sure you can smoke pot, just don’t drive a car for a month, go to the doctor or the hospital, have a job, work for yourself etc… this is the way things are headed.
    5. $$$$$$$ Everyone from the Prison Industrial Complex, to law enforcement budgets, to the testing industry, on down to the makers of sandwich bags ( which have the defacto packaging rights on MJ, make an awful lot of money the way things are.
    4. $$$$$$$ Various anti drug groups go to corporate america and get donations to fight drugs. I’ve never seen an anti drug ad that should have cost more than $500 to produce. What do you want to bet that group went to a major Corporation and got a 20,000 grant to produce the ad, spent 500 and pocketed the 19,500.
    3. $$$$$$$ You could grow your own MJ for almost free. In a Country controlled by big money what worse crime can thier be than FREE. From Alcohol and Tobacco to Big Pharma. Nothing is OK if big business isn’t getting it’s cut.
    2. $$$$$$$ The international drug trade is an off the books revenue enhancer. Everything from balancing the trade deficit ( see the Opium War) to secret funding for secret OPS the Gov claims doesn’t exist. ( see Iran Contra )
    And the # 1 reason
    1. Pot smokers don’t vote in any unified voice.
    Marijuana reform is seen as trivial. Actually ist’s only trivial if you want to move foward on reform, being reactionary and the penalties for violating the law are anything but. Republican politicians know that Republican pot heads will vote for them in spite of their record and rhetoric on weed. Democrats know the same thing and also enjoy the defacto pot head vote by being every so lightly not as bad on MJ. Only the most heroic stick thier neck out. Democrats remember what happened to Jimmy Carter, And Republicans are watching it happen right now to Gary Johnson.

  28. So the problem all along to get pot legal was the money. Well big pharm or big brother stop your crying and tell us how much POT PIE it will take. Everyone has a price and we all know you damn sure do! That’s how it gets done, right? Oh, by the way hurry and place your order before the POT PIE runs out and have to kill or procecute anyone . This message will not self – destruct, but you big boys might!

  29. If We have unalienable rights as citizens to the US. Then why is our government not acknowledging and listening to our first rules written? We all know theve been trying to take guns away and the reason we are aloowed to keep them is simply for a revolutionary time. Our fore fathers never wanted the government to get in peoples lives like it has intruded over the last hundred plus years. Hince the right to bear arms. If you also looked you have the right to ingest anything that you want to, which also was supposed to be an unalienable right. I really don’t know how they are getting away with undercutting UNALIENABLE rights. They Can’t take our guns so why can they take away your right to eat,smoke,snort,shoot what you want? People are bound to make decisions but there is no way the the government has the right to tell n e one what is right and wrong. The PEOPLE choose. And sorry for the people we only own ten percent of the nations cash, so normal how do you expect us to contend with the top few that HAVE the cash to lobby around?

  30. Its like puttin a featherweight vs. a Heavyweight champ.. We Don’t have enough cash and thats why this blog hasn’t changed in days with new news.

  31. Why do you disagree with HR2306 Tim Hurley? Alabamans for compassionate care blog on here but, we don’t get enough money to move to California after we helped legalize proposition 215now back then. Ghouls are’nt elves or spider man helping service for mary janes uncle’s brother second cousin repentful double edged cobblerds batterer upperer…

  32. Tubby,
    Let me clear myself up.
    I did not say (I disagree)
    It is state of Alabama say that word to me not me you were misunderstood.
    That reason I,m of keep sending to support HR 2306
    to the capital.TO MAKE AGREEMENT. state my don,t like HR2306 That is the problem.
    Anyhow I,m going to moved to New Mexco.
    Again I do agree HR2306.
    I,m support HR2306
    Hope you can understand my comment.
    Thank you.

  33. thats right keep doing what your doing because all this talk about marijuana there’s even no need for it for one its not a drug it is a substance two if it was up to me take all cigarettes out of every where replace it with marijuana watch the death tolls go down by hundreds of thousands and its like i can drink a whole bottle of dubra be fine or have an 8TH of weed and pay a fine bull whos the more sane me on a blunt of weed or the other guy who drunk a cup of debra that a no brainier thanks all at norml trying to change this keep at it

  34. Most of our current elected officials are corrupt and looking out for the interest of big money donors only. They demonstrate every day an inability to govern and do what’s best for the majority of the people. What do we have to lose to vote only for representatives who promise to legalize weed? Is it we might vote in folks that tank the economy, too late for that! If we vote in folks smart enough to understand people shouldn’t be locked in cages for smoking a plant maybe they might be smart enough to fix what our current knuckleheads have ruined.

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