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Meeting Notes June 2nd, 2010

TX NORML open meeting notes, June 2nd, 2010 During last month’s meeting we covered these stories: -Philadelphia DA says no more criminal prosecutions for minor possession; will now be a fine only offense, like traffic ticket -Florida Legislature passes law restricting paraphernalia sales to only those stores which get 75% or more of their annual…



El Paso group including 2 City Council members (*and a Texas State Representative*) asks feds to legalize marijuana

*Texas NORML note: State Representative, Marisa Marquez, District 77, was not mentioned in the article, but was photographed in attendance at the press conference event. Please take a moment to thank her for her show of support, and ask for her support on marijuana issues in the upcoming legislative session, here: http://www.house.state.tx.us/members/dist77/marquez.php* By Marty Schladen…



Got Hemp?

by: Ron Paul Before the US House of Representatives, Statement on Hemp History Week, May 6, 2010 Madam Speaker, I rise to speak about Hemp History Week. To celebrate the American heritage of growing industrial hemp, the Hemp Industries Association, Vote Hemp, several American manufacturers, and allied companies and organizations have declared May 17 to…



Fox News Host Calls For Jailing Missouri SWAT Cops Over Botched Pot Raid

May 11th, 2010 By: Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director Judge Andrew Napolitano, host of Fox News.com’s Freedom Watch, has long been on the right side of the war on drugs, and his scathing critique of the deplorable police actions in Columbia, Missouri is no exception. (To recap for those who have not yet seen the…



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