2018 Lobby Day At The Missouri Capital

Missouri NORML Lobby Days
Calling all MO activists! Join the NORML chapters across the state for our 2018 Missouri Lobby Day on January 30. Make plans to meet up at 11:00 a.m. We will have refreshments provided and special guest speakers. Location of our meet up will be announced soon as well as special guest speakers. We will also be planning a time and location for everyone to meet up after a successful day of lobbying for a debrief. Be sure to comment on this page if you are interested in organizing a group ...
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Stop Jeff Sessions

Stephen Colbert blasts Jeff Sessions on Marijuana
ACTION ALERT Tell Your Representative To Support The McClintock-Polis Amendment Since 2014, members of Congress have passed annual spending bills that have included a provision protecting those who engage in the state-sanctioned use and dispensing of medical cannabis from undue prosecution by the Department of Justice. The amendment, known as the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer Amendment, maintains that federal funds cannot be used to prevent states from “implementing their own state laws that auth...
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Debunked Within Minutes: Setting The Record Straight

Board President Lewis Reed
Cannabis could be legal to possess and cultivate in the City of St. Louis with passage of Board Bill 180 (BB180). The proposed legislation aims to legalize cannabis possession for adults 21 and older up to 56 grams (2.0 ounces) and allow private individual cultivation of up to 10 plants. The policy analysis below was commissioned by Board President Lewis Reed. It contains several inaccurate facts and statements from Reed's political analyst. Reed has attempted to compare a legalization in...
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Straight FAQs About Board Bill 180

Legalization of cannabis in St. Louis, MO
Board Bill 180 (BB180) was submitted by Alderwoman Megan-Ellyia Green on October 26, 2017 to the St. Louis City Board of Aldermen. The bill is designed to amend Ordinance 69429, and removes the possibility of incarceration for petty marijuana possession up to 56 grams (2.0 ounces) and allows private cultivation of up to ten (10) cannabis plants. This legislation is pending and has not passed into law. This guide outlines the major points of the proposed legislation. This information may change i...
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Greater St. Louis NORML Endorses St. Louis Marijuana Law Enforcement Reform Measure

Megan Green submits cannabis legalization bill
For immediate release October 26, 2017 Greater St. Louis NORML Endorses St. Louis Marijuana Law Enforcement Reform Measure St. Louis, MO - 10/25/2017 - On the heels of 15th Ward Alderwoman Megan Ellyia Green’s announcement of her measure to “prevent the city government from interfering with the safe and responsible use of marijuana in the City of St. Louis” the Greater St. Louis Chapter of NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) offered their endorsement of the propo...
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Greater St. Louis NORML October 9, 2017 Chapter Meeting

Greater St. Louis NORML board of directors 2017
Greater St. Louis NORML October Chapter Meeting Monday, October 9, 2017, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm We've scheduled a special speaker for the October meeting. Have you ever wanted to find out about the inside workings of a medical cannabis dispensary? What does it take to get a job at a legal dispensary? What is it like to work at a dispensary? What experience and requirements do you need to be successful? Our scheduled speaker can answer all of these questions and more. If  you have any interest...
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United We Stand STL Labor Day

United We Stand political action at the ballot box.
United We Stand St. Louis (UWS) is a coalition representing a broad array of organizations and individuals dedicated to creating “an electoral movement at the ballot box that is capable of long-term social and political power.” On Labor Day September 4, 2017, UWS is organizing a mass action, march and rally scheduled before the official labor day parade in downtown St. Louis. Later in the week on September 9, 2017, UWS will conduct an all-day conference with individual seminars held at Har...
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Rolla Prohibitionists Block NAM Medical Marijuana Petitioners

Rolla public library officials blocked NAM petitioners from meeting on public property.
Rolla city officials have blocked a New Approach Missouri (NAM) petitioner training event from the Rolla Public Library. “Back in February,” said John Payne, NAM Campaign Manager, “volunteer petitioner Randy Johnson attempted to schedule a petitioner training event at the Rolla Public Library.” That request was denied by the library. Library officials refused to schedule the event and based their decision on the fact that it was a petition to create legal access to medical cannabis in Mis...
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St. Louis’ Biggest Earth Day Festival EVER!

Greater St. Louis NORML, Make every day, Earth Day
Greater St. Louis NORML had decided to go big! The 2017 St. Louis Earth Day Festival has expanded into a two-day affair and GSTL NORML will have a double-sized booth both days! We are occupying booths W10 and W11 in the Wellness Section at the Muny Grounds, in Forest Park. Opening on Saturday, April 22 at 11:00 am, you can find your favorite cannabis and NORML themed merchandise for sale at our booth. Plus, we have a special signature signing area for the New Approach Missouri's (NAM) 2018...
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4/20: End Prohibition, Again

It’s that time of the year again. Long recognized as the national marijuana holiday, April 20th presents us with an opportunity to make our voices heard: Click here to sign up for the Online Day of Action When Jeff Sessions was nominated Attorney General, NORML worked with all of you to send out a “Thunderclap,” a powerful social media tool that enabled us to reach more than 2 million people with our #JustSayNoToSessions campaign. While we were unable to stop Sessions from being confir...
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