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Poll: Nearly Three in Four Likely Voters Support “Ending the Federal Ban” on Marijuana, Other Federal Reforms

Seventy-four percent of likely voters say that they “support ending the federal ban on marijuana,” according to national polling data provided by the progressive-leaning think tank Data for Progress. Eighty-five percent of...

On Giving Tuesday, Pledge to Legalize It

Giving Tuesday is the largest global giving day of the year and NORML is excited to be a part of this worldwide event! We’ve set a goal this year to raise $10,000....

We’re Thankful for You in 2022

Before we all gather together to enjoy Thanksgiving, we wanted to send you a note of appreciation. As we approach the conclusion of 2022, it’s apparent that we have so much to...

Rhode Island: Adult-Use Marijuana Sales to Begin Next Week

Select cannabis retailers will begin selling cannabis products to those age 21 or older next Thursday, December 1. A press release issued today by the Governor’s office states that five operators have received...

Oregon: Governor Announces Mass Pardons for Those with Low-Level Cannabis Convictions

Democratic Gov. Kate Brown announced her intent to pardon some 47,000 Oregonians with low-level cannabis convictions. According to a news release issued by her office earlier today: “The pardon applies to electronically available...

New York: Regulators Award Marijuana Licenses to Justice-Involved and Non-Profit Applicants

New York’s Cannabis Control Board has released draft regulations governing the state’s nascent adult-use marijuana marketplace, and it has also approved its first wave business applicants. Of the 36 licenses awarded, 28...

Congress Advances Legislation to the President Amending Clinical Cannabis Research Rules

Just over a week after a midterm election that saw voters in two states legalize cannabis for adults, Congress has approved The Medical Marijuana and Cannabidiol Research Expansion Act. The Act seeks...

Gallup: Nationwide Support for Marijuana Legalization Still at Historic High

The percentage of Americans who say that “the use of marijuana should be legal” remains at a record high, according to new nationwide polling data provided by Gallup. Sixty-eight percent of respondents endorse...

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