How Close Are We To Legal Weed?

LET’S COMPLETE THE MISSION. Charlotte NORML needs you: How close are we to legal weed?  At the Federal level, we’re barely in the same universe.  At the State level, it’s a mixture where the distinctions between liberal and conservative disappear in the fog of geographic and cultural pre-conditions.  At our level, at the level, where […]

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An Open Letter to Charlotte City Council

December 4, 2017 Vi Lyles, Mayor Larken Egleston, District 1 Justin Harlow, District 2 LaWana Mayfield, District 3 Greg Phipps, District 4 Matt Newton, District 5 Tariq Bokhari, District 6 Ed Driggs, District 7 Dimple Ajmera, Member-At-Large Julie Eiselt, Member-At-Large James Mitchell, Jr., Member-At-Large Braxton Winston II, Member-At-Large   Charlotte NORML wishes to extend congratulations […]

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Opiates, Cannabis, and North Carolina.

opiate epidemic

States that have legal access to medical cannabis have seen drastic reductions in opiate overdose deaths. Twenty five percent, one out of four deaths prevented by cannabis. Our elected officials are turning a blind eye to the suffering of their constituents and ignore offering medical cannabis as an option.

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Charlotte NORML Monthly Meeting – February 18, 2017

Charlotte NORML’s next meeting is on Saturday, February 18, 2017, from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. We will be meeting at SEEDS 200 E. 36th Street, Charlotte NC, 28206. Note that due to light rail construction, you will need to access 36th Street via Tryon Street: http://tinyurl.com/j33bcbw We will be discussing plans for the coming year.  Cannabis […]

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Lessons From Being a Board Member with Charlotte NORML

As I approach the end of my first term on the Board of Charlotte NORML, I want to post some thoughts about lessons learned over the past year, and perhaps encourage you to think about being on the Board.  This is, of course, just one of five Board members’ perspectives.  However, a big reason our Board […]

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2017 New Year’s Resolutions from Cannabis Community Leaders

The beginning of 2017 is a good time for the marijuana law reform movement to stop and look back at the accomplishments of the last year, as well as take stock and prepare for the battles that loom ahead. In this spirit, some prominent activists in the cannabis community have told us what kind of […]

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