Articles tagged with "NORML"
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Despite widespread decriminalization ordinances, marijuana arrests have risen across PennsylvaniaMax Savage Levenson - Published on February 20, 2020Read more
On a bitterly cold night in February 2015, Gillian Heintzelman left her job at Sacred Heart Hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and made her way to a nearby bar to meet her boyfriend and a friend. They stayed for a few minutes, and then left together to get a late-night dinner. They’d only driven a couple […]
Canada’s favourite cannabis advocacy groupsRyan Porter - Published on January 22, 2020Read more
From patients’ rights to justice reform and all manner of tax and accuracy issues in between, they took on some of Canada’s most pressing cannabis issues. Meet Canada’s favourite cannabis advocacy groups, as chosen by Leafly readers.
Remembering Hugh Hefner’s Passionate Support for Cannabis LegalizationLisa Rough - Published on September 28, 2017Read more
Hugh Hefner left an indelible impression on the US with his financial and vocal support for cannabis legalization.
On the Scene at Toronto’s NORML ConferenceHarrison Jordan - Published on September 21, 2017Read more
The conference couldn’t have come at a better–and more tense—time.
Court: Iowa State University Wrong to Block Cannabis T-ShirtThe Associated Press - Published on June 14, 2017Read more
Iowa State University lost its appeal in a court battle over a NORML T-shirt bearing the ISU logo and a cannabis leaf.
The King of the Cannabis Conversation Abdicates the ThroneBruce Barcott - Published on July 7, 2016Read more
Allen St. Pierre leaves NORML, and the nation’s go-to cannabis communicator gets gone.
Mizzou Censors Student Group’s Legalization T-ShirtGage Peake - Published on June 18, 2016Read more
After a tumultuous year, Mizzou finds itself in another conflict with a student group.
The Shake: Next President Urged to Give Cannabis a Fair ShakeLisa Rough - Published on May 20, 2016Read more
Seniors are cannabis curious, California authorities warn of toxic contamination, and legalization’s growing pains aren’t what Denver officials expected.
Jane’s Domain: The Consuming o’ the Green on St. Patrick’s DayJane West - Published on March 16, 2016Read more
On average, 276 people will die nationwide in drunk driving accidents on St. Patrick’s Day. This year let’s try something different.
The Shake: Rihanna Rents the Entire Floor, Cannabis Outsells Girl Scout CookiesBen Adlin - Published on March 15, 2016Read more
Infographics! Baked goods! Top-shelf political humor! The Shake today is chock full of good stuff.