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NORML announces the launch of a new outreach project, the NORML Women's Alliance, dedicated to expanding the role and highlighting the contributions of women in marijuana law reform. Leaders of the new group join us to discuss the unique strategies for our daughters, mothers, and grandmothers to enact meaningful change in marijuana laws."Radical" Russ Belville, your host and NORML's Outreach Coordinator, brings you the freshest hour of marijuana talk radio in cyberspace every weekday at 4:00pm
Tonight's show features a look at NORML activists from around the country who are making a difference for marijuana law reform in their local area. Linda Adler from the United States Virgin Islands chapter talks about creating a pot-smoker's paradise in the federal territory (no passport required!). Attorney David Clark from the Georgia chapter previews his new book on how to handle a marijuana charge. Plus activists from California and Colorado talk about the repercussions of the Obama Admin
NORML's leadership joins us to celebrate the holiday spirit! Executive Director Allen St. Pierre and NORML's Founder Keith Stroup plus members of the NORML Board of Directors will look back on the gifts we received in marijuana law reform in 2009 and the exciting prospects for 2010. It's live talk radio from the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. Hosted by "Radical" Russ Belville, NORML SHOW LIVE features a recap of the week's top stories in medical marijuana, consumer ca
Please tune in as Rachel Marie, Eamon Donahue, and Mark Ortega discuss El Paso NORML with Josh Dagda.
Excerpts from a James Flaming Eagle Mooney's on NORML Radio on 07/28/2011
22 Jun 2013
OGDEN -- The war on drugs may have been declared over by national drug czar Gil Kerlikowske in 2009, but the controversy over the laws in place to control drug use continues to incense people on both sides of the legal argument. According to LEAP - Law Enforcement Against Prohibition - the problems caused by America's drug laws warrant enough attention to be kept in the public consciousness.
James Mooney, a former undercover narcotics officer who is now a public speaker on behalf of LEAP, spoke about his experience at Tuesday's Weber County Commission meeting.
"I was about to arrest these people inside a home ... and I ended up hearing this little boy crying. I realized that I was about to take away his parents for 10 years and basically create an orphan. I realized that the basic structure of every civilization is the family, and the war on drugs is decimating our families," Mooney said.
LEAP is made up of former law enforcement officers and criminal justice system members who oppose current drug policies. The organization sends speakers to various public events to educate people about the judicial system's reasons for continuing the war on drugs.
"The only reason this thing has kept on going is because of money. The war on drugs is responsible for about 70 percent of all finances in the judicial system. It is an excuse to violate people's rights, and it is unconstitutional," Mooney said.
Prerecorded... Excerpts from a James Flaming Eagle Mooney's (website) on NORML Radio on 07/28/2011 22 Jun 2013 Utah ------- OGDEN -- The war on drugs may have been declared over by national drug czar Gil Kerlikowske in 2009, but the controversy over the laws in place to control drug use continues to incense people on both sides of the legal argument. According to LEAP - Law Enforcement Against Prohibition - the problems caused by America's drug laws warrant enough attention to b
On this fridays episode I'll be joined by Jay Blaze, CEO and Co-founder of T.E.A.C.H. and Executive Director or SE Wisconsin NORML. We'll talk about the on going Cannabis revolution, it's benefits and where we stand on the magic plant here in Wisconsin.
LIVE FROM NORML NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN SAN FRANCISCO! Day 3 of NORML CON, featuring the panel on Marijuana Legalization As a Local, State, Federal Revenue Stream
In today’s sagging economy national, state and local leaders are looking for alternative streams of revenue. They should look no further than to America’s #1 cash crop: cannabis.
Moderator: Dale Gieringer, Ph.D, Director, CA NORML
* Jon Gettman, Ph.D
* Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Council
* Mark Kleiman, Ph.D, UCLA
LIVE FROM NORML NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN SAN FRANCISCO! Day 2 of NORML CON, featuring the panel on Pot Politics 2009 and Beyond
A record number of state legislatures debated marijuana law reform in 2009; a nationwide panel of experts discusses our progress.
Moderator: Keith Stroup, Esq., NORML, Federal Legislation
* Chris Goldstein, Director, Penn. For Medical Marijuana
* Rob Kampia, Executive Director, Marijuana Policy Project
* Dan Linn, Executive Director, Illinois NORML
LIVE FROM NORML NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN SAN FRANCISCO! Day 1 of NORML CON, featuring the panel on Individual Patients, Caregivers, and Small Patient Collectives
* Patient and Caregiver rights under 215/SB420
* Possession: current caselaw and statutory law
* Cultivation: current caselaw and statutory law
* Transportation: current caselaw and statutory law
* Obtaining Cannabis: where and how to get it
* Patients Not Authorized to:
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Erik Williams is a veteran 20-year political operative, public and community relations professional and one of America's foremost and successful cannabis reform activists. He has spoken in favor of marijuana reform at rallies and events throughout the Northeast and in the media nationwide. Erik is also a contributing writer to ReLeaf Magazine, was the NORML/High Times December 2011 Freedom Fighter of the Month and recently won the NORML Outstanding Cannabis Advocate of the Year Award at th