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  • by Erik Altieri, NORML Communications Director March 6, 2013

    NORML is pleased to announce the first ever Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference in Philadelphia, PA is just over a week away.

    CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

    The conference will feature a day of enlightening panel discussions and speakers on topics ranging from new reform strategies, recent legislative efforts, the science of medical cannabis, and much more. Hear from some of the most experienced and insightful marijuana law reformers working the the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York area.

    Pennsylvania State Senator, and sponsor of PA’s legalization bill, Daylin Leach will be giving a keynote address discussing his work on the issue, his recent legislation, and experience working for reform as a sitting politician. Don’t miss it!

    AGENDA
    (subject to change)

    11:00 – 11:10
    Conference Welcome – Kevin Clough, Executive Director (Philly NORML)

    11:15 – 12:15
    New Strategies for Reform
    Moderator: Derek Rosenzweig (PhillyNORML)

    Speakers:
    Erik Williams, Executive Director (CTNORML & CampaignsWon)
    Stacia Cosner, Associate Director (SSDP)
    Diane Fornbacher, Vice-Chair (NORML Women’s Alliance), NORML Board of Directors

    12:15-1:00
    BREAK FOR LUNCH

    1:10 – 2:10
    Medical Marijuana Moving Forward
    Moderator: Mike Liszewski, Policy Director (Americans for Safe Access)

    Speakers:
    Mallory Loflin, Graduate Student (SUNY)
    Jahan Marcu, PhD Candidate (Temple Medical School)
    Ken Wolski, Executive Director (Coalition Medical Marijuana New Jersey)

    2:10 – 3:00
    KEYNOTE: Pennsylvania State Senator. Daylin Leach

    3:00 – 3:10
    BREAK

    3:15 – 4:15
    Pot and Politics 2013
    Moderator: Erik Altieri, Communications Director (National NORML)

    Speakers:
    Patrick Nightingale, Executive Director (PittsburghNORML)
    Evan Nison, Executive Director (NJ NORML)
    Gabriel Sayegh, State Director (DPA New York)

    4:20 – 5:20
    Cannabis, Canvas, and Culture
    Moderator: Joe Forte, Secretary (PhillyNORML)

    Speakers:
    Rob Cantrell, Comedian
    Marc Connuck, Activist (Pennsylvania Farmers For Industrial Hemp)
    Rick Cusick, Associate Publisher (HighTimes) and NORML Board of Directors

    5:20-5:50
    Closing Remarks: Allen St. Pierre (National NORML)

    Panel sessions will be held during the day in Claudia Cohen Hall at the University of Pennsylvania and the night will end with a private fundraiser featuring live entertainment from comedian Rob Cantrell and local musical act Cultureal. There will also be food, drink, a silent auction, and more at a private venue nearby. Ticket holders will receive fundraiser details prior to the event.

    Reserve your tickets today, space is limited and going fast!

    Hope to see you in the City of Brotherly Love next week.

    CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

  • by Sabrina Fendrick January 23, 2013

    In January 2010, NORML launched what would become one of the most successful programs in the history of the organization.  The NORML Women’s Alliance also became the first nationwide female outreach program ever created in the marijuana and drug law reform movement.  This month, January 2013, marks the third anniversary of that program.  The following video is a compilation showing some of the highlights and achievements of the NORML Women’s Alliance throughout the last three years.

    Please support our efforts by donating to this important cause.

    Find us of Facebook: Facebook.com/NORMLWomen

  • by Allen St. Pierre, NORML Executive Director December 19, 2012

    The producers of an important and well-received film documentary have contacted NORML asking for help to make as many free viewings of Breaking The Taboo as possible before the film goes into traditional theater distribution. Of the many documentaries in NORML’s forty two year-old archives, this SunDog Pictures produced film is a real stand out for it’s scope and breadth.

    The film, narrated by actor Morgan Freeman, has received a terrific amount of publicity buzz regarding the subject matter (ending the war on some drugs…) as well for three of the key people interviewed in the documentary: former U.S. presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, and current president of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos.

    All three men went on the record acknowledging the failures of the current policies and favor substantive reforms, notably Mr. Carter, who favors cannabis legalization.

    This outstanding one hour documentary has already been viewed by nearly 470,000 concerned citizens from around the world.

    Spanish-speaking version (narrated by Mexican actor/director Gael Garcia Bernal) is available here.

  • by Erik Altieri, NORML Communications Director September 19, 2012

    This past weekend, tens of thousands of marijuana reform advocates joined MassCANN/NORML on the Boston Common for the 23rd Annual Boston Freedom Rally. This year’s event was a great success, featuring a mix of engaging speakers, entertaining musical acts, diverse vendors, and beautiful weather. Speakers included Jodie Emery, Rep. Barney Frank, Judge Jim Gray, and countless others. If you missed the event this year, be sure to stay tuned to masscann.org for information on next year’s rally as it becomes available. Check out NORML’s photo slideshow from the event below, in addition to several videos of the rally speakers. See you on the Common in 2013!



    Click here to view NORML’s Flickr set.

    Erik Altieri (NORML)

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    Dr. Sunil Aggarwal

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    Judge Jim Gray (Libertarian VP Nominee)

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    Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA)

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    More videos are available from MassCann’s livestream archive here.

    (Photos by NORML’s Sabrina Fendrick, Barney Frank and Jim Gray video courtesy of MikeCann.net)

  • by Erik Altieri, NORML Communications Director August 27, 2012

    This Week in Weed

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    The latest installment of “This Week in Weed” is now streaming on NORMLtv.

    This week: Colorado’s Amendment 64 would bring in big revenue for the state, Grand Rapids will be voting on marijuana decriminalization, and Arkansas’ medical marijuana initiative qualifies for the ballot.

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    Be sure to tune in to NORMLtv every week to catch up on the latest marijuana news. Subscribe to NORMLtv or follow us on Twitter to be notified as soon as new content is added.

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