Due to the Texas Regional NORML Conference, June 7-9TH, in Ft. Worth, the June meeting for NORML of Waco Inc. has been moved to the first weekend in June, instead of the second. Also the meeting will be held at CandR Sports Bar, 1225 Richland Dr. Waco, Texas. Entertainment after the meeting will be provided by Dr. Shame’s Love Circus. For more information on the Texas Regional NORML Conference please go to Â http://dfwnorml.org/conference
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LOOK FOR A NEW LOOK COMING TO THE NORML of WACO INC. SITE!!!! Get ready for the information that keeps you, our dedicated members and volunteers,Â involved. !!!! It’s time toÂ ”GRAB PROHIBITION BY THE HORNS!!!!”
When federal agents raided Oaksterdam University, Richard Lee’s downtown Oakland, Calif.-based trade school, earlier this month, it wasn’t simply a crackdown on a local pot business, it was one of the highest-profile moves in the Obama administration’s nationwide assault on medical marijuana.
Your plans to celebrate 4/20 this Friday could actually make the government some money, if only such activities were legal. Thatâ€™s according to a bunch of economists, and some prominent ones too.
Â It could save the state of Texas $12 Billion per year, on the average. Â Now, count up the other states which waste money to the “War on Drugs”, and one has over $100 billion per year saved in Federal and State Taxpayer dollars.
On Monday, the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol announced that the Colorado Democratic Party officially endorsed Amendment 64 at its state convention and assembly in Pueblo over the weekend.
In a press statement, Cindy Lowery-Graber, chair of the Denver County Democratic Party, said this about the Democratic support of pot legalization:
This poll is being performed by a student in the U.K. : “I am a third year History and Politics student at the University of Nottingham completing a dissertation on perceptions of cannabis. In doing so I wish to assess public opinion on cannabis and its legal status and also to understand how much the public knows about the substance and its effects.” Please participate in the Survey. Thanks! Although from the U.K. please try to answer the surveyÂ Â honestly. You might not know some answers, but that’s alright.Â Â Join in ….
The Debate in Houston is scheduled for March 8TH and 9TH.Â For more info click on the following link.