Off to the Races…I Mean…Marches?

“We are a mass of energy slowly growing and getting stronger. Our duty is to help direct your energy in to action.”

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Public Meeting Agenda 02/03/2018

Minutes Public Meeting Agenda 02/03/2018 5:00pm Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Asheville-Biltmore Vlg Area 186 Hendersonville Rd Asheville, NC 28803 www.ncnorml.org @NorthCarolinaNORML If you have any questions about any item on this agenda or if you need more information about any item in addition to the information contained in the agenda package, please call Treasurer […]

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Check us out in a neighborhood near you!

NC NORML 2018 TOUR As part of NC NORML’s efforts to bring marijuana reform to North Carolina, we will be conducting public meetings throughout the state of North Carolina, from Wilmington to Asheville, and every major city in between. The following are the dates, times, and cities: **Venues will be announced before events, as soon […]

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10 Year History of Cannabis Reform in NC

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Marijuana Bills Introduced in N.C.G.A for the Last 10 Years Overview   In the last 10 years there have been 10 marijuana reform bills introduced, 8 in the House and 2 in the Senate. All 10 of those bills have been for medical marijuana. All 10 have never made it past the first committee. Out […]

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Our issue in Raleigh

Lobbying tips for 2018 NC Legislators

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Marijuana Reform is Nothing Without Your Involvement

What does this mean? Part of the reason that marijuana reform is slow in North Carolina is because most people feel like if they get out and advocate for marijuana reform that, their boss will find out and fire them, they will get arrested, or something along those lines. It’s the scare tactics that weigh […]

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Medical Marijuana and Industrial Hemp Town Hall Political Panel.

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I recently had the honor of speaking at the Medical Cannabis and Hemp Town Hall held by Rep. Kelly Alexander. Check out the video to see the talk!

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Opiates, Cannabis, and North Carolina.

States that have legal access to medical cannabis have seen drastic reductions in opiate overdose deaths. Twenty five percent, one out of four deaths prevented by cannabis. Our elected officials are turning a blind eye to the suffering of their constituents and ignore offering medical cannabis as an option.

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