As our budget crisis worsens and we continue to see new evidence to support legalization’s economic benefits, the more unjustifiable—and even foolish—it becomes not to legalize.
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We are asking you to strongly support AB-482. More and more states will continue to legalize marijuana, and Wisconsin cannot afford to come last yet again.
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Lawmakers for the first time have introduced legislation in Congress that seeks to end the federal criminalization of the personal use of marijuana.
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We are dedicated to promoting positive legal, social, and political change with information and action in support of cannabis (marijuana) and the many adults who use it. At Wisconsin NORML, we are leading the fight for commonsense regulation of the
The Jacki Rickert Medical Marijuana Act (JRMMA) provides that the Wisconsin Legislature enact legislation allowing residents with debilitating medical conditions to acquire and possess marijuana for medical purposes if supported by their physician. SB 371 was referred to the Senate
The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) was founded in 1970 for one basic purpose: To change both the public attitude and laws such that the responsible use of cannabis by adults is no more consequential than
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- Marijuana decriminalization supporter and former Wisconsin Attorney General Bronson La Follette dies March 16, 2018Former Wisconsin Attorney General Bronson La Follette, who was the first sitting Wisconsin Attorney General to endorse cannabis decriminalization, has died at age 82. La Follette, the grandson of Senator Robert M. “Fighting Bob” La Follette, Sr., was first elected Wisconsin Attorney General in 1964, serving two two-year terms, then was elected again in 1976, […]Gary Storck
- Could Wisconsin’s “Right to Try” bill apply to medical cannabis? March 13, 2018The Marijuana Majority’s Tom Angell, writing today in Forbes about federal Republican-backed “Right to Try” legislation, “GOP Leaders’ Bill Could Let Patients Use Medical Marijuana”, suggests the bill now before Congress, H.R.878, includes certain provisions for what can be considered an “eligible investigational drug,” all of which cannabis appears to meet. According to FAQ at […]Gary Storck
- Four Dem candidates for Wisconsin governor proclaim pro-pot positions on websites March 10, 2018The top nine Democrats vying to challenge Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in the Tuesday, August 14, 2018 partisan primary, Tony Evers, Matt Flynn, Andy Gronik, Mike McCabe, Mahlon Mitchell, Kelda Roys, Paul Soglin, Kathleen Vinehout, and Dana Wachs have all voiced support for cannabis legalization in during candidate forums around the state. Cannabadger looked all […]Gary Storck