Breaking News:California Governor Signs Marijuana Decriminalization BillOctober 1, 2010
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Dear NORML Supporter,
In 29 days, Californians will have the chance to make history by legalizing marijuana.
NORML has been working for the past 40 years to end arrests of marijuana smokers and we’re long overdue. It’s time to end marijuana prohibition — and that starts with passing California’s Proposition 19 on November 2.
Prop 19 is NORML’s #1 priority this year. Legalization of marijuana in the largest state where 1 out of 8 Americans live would be a huge step towards achieving NORML’s mission. That’s why I’m doing everything I can to pass Prop 19 — and if you join me, right now, we can do it.
Contribute $15 or more to the Yes on 19 campaign before midnight tonight, and the campaign will send you a limited edition “End Marijuana Prohibition” bumper sticker. Contribute $50 or more, and they’ll send you a t-shirt.
If we win, we’ll make the biggest step ever toward ending the prohibition of cannabis. If we lose, we could set back marijuana policy reform efforts for years.
Prop 19 is so important, and I need you to step up and help pass it, right now.
Please join me in making a contribution of $15 or more — and get back a sticker that shows you’re ready to help end marijuana prohibition.
What’s more, if you give now, all proceeds will go toward the Yes on 19 campaign’s $75,000 critical end-of-quarter fundraising goal. Midnight marks an important deadline for the Yes on 19 campaign to report their finances, and we can be sure the press and the pundits see that fundraising report as a powerful sign of the Prop 19 campaign’s strength and momentum.
By making a generous contribution before midnight, we can show the skeptics that we’ve got the strength to win on November 2.
The most recent Field Poll released this past Sunday indicates that Prop 19 has a solid seven point lead. This should encourage us all to make a generous donation to advance the most important cannabis law reform measure of the year — and of the new century.
Thank you for your support.
Allen St. Pierre