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Take Action on Marijuana Law Reform in 2015

Take Action on Marijuana Law Reform in 2015By NORML Blog — As we get further into 2015, state legislatures are convening all around the country and the issue of marijuana law reform is a hot topic in many of them. From full legalization to decriminalization to medical use, marijuana is being debated in state houses across the nation. A key component of making these reform efforts successful is the mobilization of citizens like yourself. Only so much can be done by top down lobbying and lawmakers often base their votes off of the will of their constituents.To make this process as pain-free as possible, NORML has collected all of the currently pending legislation and provided tools for constituents to contact their elected officials in our Take Action Center. Bills currently pending in 2015 include:

View the full list of pending legislation and take action today by writing to your elected officials using NORML’s pre-written letter, or edit it to use your own words. This list is continually updated as new measures are introduced, so be sure to keep checking back to see what legislation will be debated in your state this year.

Be sure you take a moment of your time to use these action alerts to quickly and easily contact lawmakers in support of pending legislation in your state and share them with your friends and family! If there is not pending legislation in your state, you can send emails in support of Federal legislation.

Help us keep the GRASS in GRASSROOTS and together we will legalize marijuana nationwide.

The NORML Team

Steven Peters

Owner & Publisher at Natural Revolution
Steven Peters has been a health advocate for more than a decade and proponent for alternative healing by ‘Empowering Natural Living’ through homeopathic approaches. He is also an activist for social justice and environmental causes in the GMO Labeling and Non-GMO grassroots movements across the country, and a staunch advocate for cannabis education and reform.

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