OCNorml – Cannabis Awareness AdvocatesTime 2022-09-24 12:13:45
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We encourage and invite everyone to advocate for cannabis awareness and become a member of OC NORML. Donating as little as $20 will earn your Membership. Whether you're a consumer, advocate, business insider or dispensary, there's a Member-level that fits. Join online or meet us in person at one of our monthly meetings. Together we make a difference.Find Out More
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Created in 2020 the Commercial Cannabis Licensing Task Force and its subcommittee F.A.C.E, (Fostering Awareness with Cannabis Education) set out with the goal of expanding local licensing and acceptance by local communities. These programs are designed to educate local representatives, residents, and citizens about the truth of cannabis regulation.Find Out More
NORML - the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana LawsNORML's mission is to move public opinion sufficiently to legalize the responsible use of cannabis by adults, remove criminal penalties and stigma, and serve as an advocate assuring consumers have access to high-quality cannabis that is safe, convenient, and affordable. Since its founding in 1970, NORML has provided a voice in the public policy debate for those Americans who oppose cannabis prohibition and favor an end to the practice of arresting cannabis consumers. A nonprofit public-interest advocacy group, NORML represents the interests of the tens of millions of Americans who use cannabis responsibly.
There is a robust network of state and local chapters across the country. On the state level, California NORML works with legislators, provides resources, and publishes newsletters updating members across the state. Since 2003 OC NORML has been working on the local level to provide education and consumer advocacy to the Orange County community.Donate Now
OC NORML constantly tracks local, state, and federal laws, delivers feedback from a consumer’s point of view, and provides resources to all levels of government developing policy.
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Keeping the cannabis community up to date on all city and county-wide discussions of cannabis licenses, legislation, restrictions, and policy.
(Fostering Awareness through Cannabis Education Services) Campaign is a free educational community program. The purpose is to educate residents on the history of cannabis, medical benefits, current laws and regulations, and answer questions residents have about cannabis in their community.Donate now
New Cannabis Legislation
Learn about what cities in Orange County are working on cannabis regulation and how you can get involved.Donate now
Cannabis Licensing Task Force
The Commercial Cannabis Licensing Task Force (Task Force) is a subcommittee of OC NORML designed to educate elected and city staff on reasonable cannabis policy and best practices.Donate now
Now Legally Licensed
We're pleased to announce that SANTA ANA, STANTON and COSTA MESA are now allowing retail storefront dispensaries and the city of LA HABRA is set to launch deliveries in 2021.Donate now
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Arkansas: High Court Approves Marijuana Legalization Measure for the November Ballot
The Arkansas Supreme Court issued a decision today ensuring that a statewide measure seeking to legalize the adult-use marijuana market in Arkansas, will appear on the November ballot.
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Oklahoma: Court Rules that Voters Can’t Decide on Legalization Ballot Measure This Year
"In a healthy democracy, those with competing visions on public policy vie for voters’ support and abide by their voting decisions. However, it is becoming clear that those who oppose marijuana policy reform would rather take voters out of the equation altogether. Whether or not one personally supports or opposes cannabis legalization, these cynical and undemocratic tactics ought to be a cause of deep concern."
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House Judiciary Committee Approves Measures to Help Seal and Expunge Marijuana Arrests
"At a time when most Americans want to end marijuana prohibition and nearly a majority of people now reside states where cannabis is legal, it makes no sense to continue punishing adults and robbing them of the opportunity to fulfill their potential for behavior that in many cases is no longer a crime."
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