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Happy 4th of July NORML supporters!

Check out the new teaser for Smoke the Vote 2016, NORML's big push for #legalization across the nation! #SmokeTheVote
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Here's another interesting article from News 21's cannabis legalization project:

One of the biggest struggles for legalization regulation is how to determine what constitutes "driving under the influence". The current 5 nanogram THC law that exists in Colorado can unfairly target medical patients or regular consumers, due to the fact that THC can remain in the body days after consumption.

Paul Armentano, Deputy Director of NORML, is quoted in the article saying "In every state already, it is a criminal violation to drive under the influence of a substance that can impair judgment. There is no need to amend those laws in a manner that is entirely arbitrary and unscientific. If we’re concerned about individuals driving impaired, then the last thing we ought to do is amend the traffic safety laws so that a guilty conviction is divorced from any evidence of impairment."

What do you think about the current DUID limits in Colorado? Tell us in the comments!

Read the full article on News 21:
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From The Telegraph​, "American Indian tribes plan to make marijuana a cash crop".

Due to tribal land's unique legal status, many Native American tribes are now looking to grow and regulate cannabis through the same mechanism they can operate casinos.

Allen St. Pierre, Executive Director of NORML, is quoted in the article saying “It is certainly significant, America has seen some tribes go from being economically disadvantaged to becoming powerful economic and political players through the introduction of one industry, gambling. Now the same could be happening with marijuana.”

Do you think this is a good development for legalization? 
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Another article out of News 21's cannabis project: "East New York: It's still law enforcement target for marijuana possession".

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio​ decriminalized marijuana possession in 2014, yet police are still constantly patrolling low-income neighborhoods in the city for marijuana citations.

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Check out this terrific article from News 21's 'America's Weed Rush' project!

Journalists from News 21 compiled this extremely thorough and up-to-date synopsis of the current state of cannabis in the U.S. From Arizona, California, and every other state looking at ballot initiatives in 2016, to the groups like NORML and MPP who are leading the charge, this is an excellent overview of the status of legalization in America.

Read the full article and get informed here:
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