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  1. DEA's Move To Reclassify Cannabis Seen As 'Significant,' But Fails To Resolve State-Federal Conflict

    By Maureen Meehan For the first time ever, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has reportedly called for ‘botanical cannabis' to be reclassified under federal law. The DEA's decision, as reported by the Associated Press, to move cannabis from Schedule I to Schedule III of the
  2. Cannabis Summit Set To Shake Up Washington DC: Bipartisan Lawmakers, Industry Leaders Rally For Decriminalization On 420 Day Of Action

    By Patricio Liddle A coalition of bipartisan cannabis advocates, industry leaders and grassroots organizations mobilized by the Last Prisoner Project (LPP) will convene in the nation’s capital on April 18, 2024, for a 420 Unity Day of Action . This gathering marks a unified effort
  3. Detection Of Cannabis In Bodily Fluids Not Correlated With Driving Impairment, New Review Shows

    This article was originally published by the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) and appears here with permission. Neither the detection of THC nor its metabolites in blood, breath, urine, or saliva is predictive of behavioral impairment, according to a
  4. State-Level Cannabis Legalization Has Been A Stunning Success (Op-Ed)

    Paul Armentano, Deputy Director for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) authored this op-ed, first published in OtherWords and appears here with permission. It’s been over a decade since Colorado and Washington became the first two states to legalize
  5. DEA Poised To Reschedule Cannabis This Week? Something's Brewing In The White House, Says This Insider

    By Maureen Meehan The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is apparently on the verge of rescheduling cannabis, potentially within days or weeks . The move would mark the most significant federal action toward marijuana legalization since its prohibition nearly a century ago. Specul
  6. Join me and NORML in telling Joe Biden to pardon ALL non-violent federal marijuana offenses.

    Join me and NORML in telling Joe Biden to pardon ALL non-violent federal marijuana offenses. #Politics #USPolitics #PresidentBiden #JoeBiden #Pardons #Marijuana #Cannabis #Petition #SignThePetition #NORML
  7. 2023 Cannabis Year In Review: NORML's Top Ten Events In Marijuana Policy

    This article was originally published by the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) and appears here with permission. #1: MORE STATES ENACT ADULT-USE MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION LAWS Delaware , Minnesota , and Ohio enacted laws in 2023 legalizing adult-use marijuan
  8. Scientists Published More Than 32,000 Marijuana Studies Over The Past 10 Years, Including Thousands In 2023, NORML Analysis Shows

    Scientists Published More Than 32,000 Marijuana Studies Over The Past 10 Years, Including Thousands In 2023, NORML Analysis Shows #Science #Academics #Research #Education #Health #Marijuana #Cannabis #NORML
  9. DEA's 50-Year $1 Trillion Drug War: Why Were There 250K Marijuana Arrests In 2022?

    By Maureen Meehan The FBI confirmed this week that cops across the U.S. made nearly a quarter of a million marijuana-related arrests in 2022, during which time cannabis was legal in some form, recreationally or medically, in nearly 38 states . Of these arrests, 92% were for possessi
  10. Attorney Sues HHS For Copy Of Biden's Letter Requesting Cannabis Scheduling Review, Does It Exist?

    By Nina Zdinjak Attorney Matthew C. Zorn filed a complaint Friday in the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. against the Dept of Health and Human Services (HHS) demanding that it produce a requested copy of the letter issuing the cannabis scheduling review directive. What happe