Tag Archive: Alliance

Oct 25

NORML Partners with The Family Law & Cannabis Alliance

It’s no secret that there has been a proliferation government agencies across the country removing minors and infants from their home, based solely on the fact that a parent is a cannabis consumer, and the false presumption that the presence of marijuana poses a danger.  This even occurs in states with a legal medical marijuana …

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Apr 19

Canadian Lottery Winner Commits $1 Million For Marijuana Legalization

The NORML Women’s Alliance of Canada announced via Marketwired: TERRACE, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – April 18, 2013) – On Saturday April 20(th) , activists and cannabis enthusiasts will gather in cities across Canada, including Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax and Yellowknife. It is hoped the events will be a watershed moment for cannabis law reform …

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Jan 25

The Alliance

A first man or woman appear at a authorized medical cannabis transaction in Fairfax, CA and the Marin Alliance for Health-related Marijuana dispensary. Contains an job interview and mini-tour by founder/operator Lynnette Shaw. This four moment movie was entered in the Fairfax Documentary Movie Challenge of 2009. It was created by Ed Dudkowski and David …

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Jan 24

NORML Women’s Alliance Celebrates 3 Year Anniversary

In January 2010, NORML launched what would become one of the most successful programs in the history of the organization.  The NORML Women’s Alliance also became the first nationwide female outreach program ever created in the marijuana and drug law reform movement.  This month, January 2013, marks the third anniversary of that program.  The following …

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Aug 13

NORML and Women’s Alliance Join ‘Caravan for Peace’ Campaign

  NORML and the NORML Women’s Alliance are pleased to announce their support and official endorsement of The Movement for Peace and Justice with Dignity, along with the American-based organization Global Exchange’s “Caravan for Peace.” “This campaign will draw public attention to the damage marijuana prohibition is causing not  only in our country, but in …

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