Tag Archive: majority

Jan 07

CNN/ORC Poll: Majority Of Americans Want Marijuana Legalization

Fifty-five percent of Americans favor making cannabis legal for adults, according to the findings of a CNN/ORC International survey released late Monday. The percentage is the highest ever reported by the survey, which has been tracking public opinion on the issue since 1973, and marks a 12 percentage point jump in support since the last …

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Sep 20

Oklahoma: Majority Of Voters Endorse Marijuana Law Reform

Oklahoma, City, OK:  A majority of likely Oklahoma voters back legalizing the use of medical marijuana and also support de-penalizing pot possession penalties for recreational users, according to survey data released by SoonerPoll.com and commissioned by the Oklahoma state affiliate of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML). Seventy-one percent of respondents …

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Jun 17

Four Marijuana Videos: Some Funny, Some Informative

There are four new videos worth checking out, two provide comic relief…two provide contrasting views about cannabis prohibition. The same day last week I caught a CNN news piece about high school science students sending and recording an egg with a smiley face launched into space, I received something way cooler: The first earth-grown cannabis …

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May 22

Is Your Mayor in the Marijuana Majority?

Join NORML and our friends at the Marijuana Majority in our efforts to build support for marijuana law reform at the local level by contacting your mayor and urging their support for rational marijuana policies. Mayors are on the front lines of the war on cannabis and can see the devastation it is causing at …

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May 21

New York: The Hempire State?

Marijuana law reform is gaining some serious momentum in New York as we approach the end of this year’s legislative session. Recent polling data released by Siena Research Institute revealed that 82% of New Yorkers support the medical use of marijuana. Fortunately for New York lawmakers, they can take action to address this issue that’s …

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