NORML Celebrates 49 Years of Fighting for Freedom

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49 years ago, Keith Stroup founded NORML to end marijuana prohibition. Now, 10 states and DC have legalized the adult-use of marijuana, and more than two-thirds of the country has legalized medical cannabis. We’ve moved mountains, thanks to good people like you. Our birthday wish this year is simple: let’s legalize America. Today, we hope […]

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Say Happy Birthday to NORML’s Founder

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Today, 10 states and Washington, DC have legalized marijuana, 22 states have decriminalized marijuana, and 33 states have passed medical marijuana laws. 50 years ago, when Keith Stroup founded NORML, those numbers were all ZERO. This Thursday is Keith’s birthday and we are planning a special surprise for him – a birthday card with YOUR SIGNATURE! […]

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NORML’s Keith Stroup and Erik Altieri on The Bob Edwards Show

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Last week, NORML Founder/Legal Counsel Keith Stroup and NORML Communications Director, Erik Altieri, sat down with Bob Edwards (former host of NPR’s Morning Edition) on his SiriusXM talk radio program. The three discussed a wide range of issues, including the benefits of legalization, current pending legislation, industrial hemp, and more. “You ask why legalize marijuana? […]

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Ask NORML: Right to Marijuana Privacy?

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A new installment of ‘Ask NORML’ is now streaming on NORMLtv. In this episode, listen to founder and legal counsel, Keith Stroup, as he talks about the concept of “Right to Privacy” and how it has been utilized as a marijuana legal defense. Subscribe to NORMLtv and visit NORML’s Facebook page for announcements regarding future […]

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Ask NORML: Viability of the Religious Use Defense

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A new installment of ‘Ask NORML’ is now streaming on NORMLtv. In this episode, listen to founder and legal counsel, Keith Stroup, discuss the viability of using the religious use argument as a defense in marijuana cases. Subscribe to NORMLtv and visit NORML’s Facebook page for announcements regarding future ‘Ask NORML’ episodes. Stay tuned later […]

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