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Celebrate the Dawn of Legalization With a Limited Edition NORML Shirt!

  • by Erik Altieri, NORML Communications Director April 12, 2013

    420shirtOn Election Day 2012, Colorado and Washington residents voted overwhelmingly to legalize marijuana. In the months that followed nearly two dozen states have introduced countless bills to reform marijuana laws locally, including an unprecendent ten measures that would legalize marijuana outright. In Washington, DC, more measures than any previous year have been introduced to roll back the federal prohibition on marijuana.

    On April 20th, 2013 celebrate our recent victories and support the ongoing fight to bring these reforms nationwide by buying one of these limited edition NORML t-shirts, available exclusively during this year’s high holiday. Proceeds go to help NORML in our mission to legalize marijuana in the other 48 states!

    Together, we WILL legalize marijuana.

    Click here to pre-order your shirt today!

    19 Responses to “Celebrate the Dawn of Legalization With a Limited Edition NORML Shirt!”

    1. somedood says:

      It isn’t the dawn of legaliztion till I can buy a bag of white widow in NC…

    2. Andrew says:

      how can i buy the tshirt

    3. Matt says:

      Somedood: When it is legalized, then it will be the day of legalization, dawn is before day. NORML is simply implying that the day is coming.

    4. Deborah Dills says:

      NC Keep pushing your legislators to legalize and decriminalize pot. Here is the state of NC info to help push for the laws you want. Write them, call them, hound them.
      ** NC NORML is ready to bring medical marijuana and other reforms to our cannabis laws to North Carolina. Contact us for information on setting up your own regional chapter.
      Officers:
      Alexander Bumgardner, President
      Robert Dalton, Vice President
      Alexander W. Bumgardner, Treasurer
      Nathan Henderson, Vice-Treasurer
      Jon Kennedy, Secretary
      P.O. Box 5451
      Charlotte North Carolina 28299
      United States of America
      828.419.0768

      info@ncnorml.org
      http://www.ncnorml.org
      http://www.facebook.com/ncnorml
      http://www.twitter.com/nc_norml

      And if you don’t get anywhere-then move to Washington State where you can buy pot legally, and if you go to a Marijuana Doctor in WA, get your MML, then you can legally grow up to 15 plants in your home personally for your meds. We order our seeds -Feminized Autos-from a seed bank, and they come right to our home. Our grow tent we bought on-line

    5. Miles says:

      Here in Virginia, if I wore that shirt in public I could expect for the police to question me and maybe even try to get a warrant to search my car and house in hopes of finding something to bust me for.

      For now, Virginia still treats your average cannabis consumer as if they are real criminals and I don’t see anything changing anytime soon here.

      It’s a real nice shirt though.

    6. GoesFurther says:

      The chances of legalization here in Texas? I expect it to happen about 5 years after our right wing legislature bans going to Church.

    7. maggie says:

      In the state of tennessee same thing. I have shirts from northern california that i cannot wear here. people should not live in fear of losing everything because of silly, outdated laws. prefer just making a donation.

    8. burny says:

      Legalization is going to happen pretty much everywhere.Once the fed says legalize,you have to figure that there will no longer be the incentives for local law enforcement to make arrests for this plant.If they are not going to get paid for arresting tokers,and the money to put them in prison has to come out of their own pockets,it is over!

    9. Anonymous says:

      Maybe a little premature – but as the Ancient Egyptians believed – if something is written down it is more likely to become true. We should not underestimate the power of T-shirts in modern culture – it was a form viral marketing long before social media was even thought of.

    10. Marilyn Greene Campbell says:

      One of the high points of loosing everything is that you can wear any shirt you want. “Freedom is just another word for nothing left to loose”.
      I know this by personnel experience.

    11. Me says:

      For all of New York cultures much heralded liberalism and progressivism the political de-illuminati in NYC are still way behind the curve on this issue. These morons only just got around to de-criminalization and are now shittin their pants over MMJ. They remind me of the Burgermeister Meisterburger from the old Rankin Bass claymation Christmas TV special “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.” Watch it on Youtube. And the argument behind Mayor Bloomberg’s opposition to it is specious at best. He claims “Today’s pot is too strong”. Okay Mike so then outlaw 100 proof rum and 151 Vodka because a few stiff Martinis, rather than a few lousy glasses of 4% Piss ass Budweiser will get you messed up way more than a few puffs. But you know what, if they won’t listen to reason, then maybe they’ll listen to the sound of tourism dollars going to off to the West Coast or maybe they’ll start to sense that old sinking feeling as New York State falls way behind the national average on tax revenue because of prohibited industries related to Hemp and Marijuan ciultivation. Last year I went to Amsterdam for the first time and it was WONDERFUL! Next year! Washington or Colorado baby! Anyone on board?

    12. mark says:

      Stop the Lies, Legalize!

    13. Oh Virginia,Texas, Tennessee all of us midnight tokers here in the Buckeye state feel your pain! Our laws here are so arkaic that when are legislatures go home at night they roll a rock in front of the hole in their cave.

    14. Dan says:

      How many people were arrested for marijuana on April 15 in Boston?

    15. Jane says:

      Problem is everybody I talk to is scared to make their voice known to their legislature. Not me. They can’t arrest me for having an opinion. It’s the will of the people to legalize marijuana. Obviosly it has medicimal value, so what’s the problem? Cops are afraid they will lose control or their jobs. Who’s running this country, the people?

    16. roland says:

      Why not print a t-shirt line coaching cannabis enthusiast to mass breed seeds an induce them into every stream an river an to throw yer seeds out the window while yer ridin in yer ride peace or even develope songs with these suggestive lyrics an make cannabis so mainstream in view it can’t be ignored burn the wheels off of the current system

    17. roland says:

      Or publication musical lyrics suggesting throwin seeds out yer ride or into the river with a revelations tree of life trifector

    18. THCgramma says:

      I live in Pa.,Amish country and a big spot in the bible belt.I am planning to move to Vermont so I can use the medicine that works w/o worrying about going to jail.I’m 61 yrs.old and have medical problems and I have no desire for narcotics.PLEASE Pres. Obama give us your blessing. And people,BUG THE HELL OUT OF YOUR REPRESENTATIVES.MAKE THEM HEAR YOU. LEGALIZE NOW!!!

    19. dre says:

      I live in a rural community where they spot check yer doors in the hopes of making an arrest with no probable cause or warrant are these tactics legal or constitutional I feel.unsafe in my own home with the Gestapo tactics of the pike co police Illinois

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