NORML’s 2020 Democratic Primary Marijuana Straw Poll

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The 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary is already heating up and we wanted to reach out to our supporters to take an early straw poll of who they think voters who prioritize marijuana law reform should support in that primary. We will be taking many more in-depth looks at the 2020 race as it progresses, including […]

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Democratic Party Includes Marijuana Reform As Part Of Its 2016 National Platform

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Representatives within the Democratic National Committee have approved provisions specific to marijuana law reform as part of the party’s 2016 platform. A 15-person decision-making panel unanimously voted to adopt the following language: “We believe that the states should be laboratories of democracy on the issue of marijuana, and those states that want to decriminalize marijuana should […]

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Hillary Clinton Endorses Marijuana’s Reclassification

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During an appearance in South Carolina over the weekend, Hillary Clinton endorsed amending marijuana from it’s current Schedule I classification, reserved for the most dangerous of drugs, to Schedule II, a lesser classification intended for drugs that have recognized medical applications but also have a high potential for abuse and severe psychological or physical dependence. The […]

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NORML’s Weekly Legislative Round Up

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This week was a busy one for marijuana law reform around the country. There were several election day measures and a new bill was introduced in the Senate. Let’s take a closer look at this week’s marijuana happenings: The controversial ResponsibleOhio measure failed to garner enough support in Ohio to become law. You can read […]

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Presidential Candidate Calls For Descheduling Marijuana

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Vermont Senator and Democrat Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders yesterday pledged to get the federal government out of the marijuana enforcement business by removing the substance from the US Controlled Substances Act. Senator Sanders called cannabis’ present schedule I status under federal law “absurd.” He added: “In my view, the time is long overdue for us […]

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