Southeastern Wisconsin NORML meeting for members, prospective members and the general public starts at 4:20PM, Saturday, July 27th, at the OPEN LOT NEXT TO The Riverwest Public House located at 815 E Locust St., Milwaukee, WI. You are invited to join Wisconsin’s emerging leader in cannabis (marijuana) law reform.
The chapter supports the freedom to grow and distribute medical cannabis and industrial hemp as well as the responsible adult use of Cannabis. They work hard to repeal Cannabis Prohibition. They are working to reform current Wisconsin laws in all areas, however they could use some help from the citizens of Wisconsin. Despite our State Motto being Forward, we are falling behind legislatively compared to our neighboring States. Join Southeastern Wisconsin NORML any other NORML Chapter or other Cannabis Reform Organization in the State close to you and get involved with making a Bill Pass for Wisconsin! If you need help or can volunteer, yet don’t know how, just contact us anytime at admins@SEWisconsinNORML.org
It’s time to reclaim our freedom to make our own choices, fix our economy, help out patients, empty our over crowed prisons of non-violent cannabis offenders, end the drug related violence created by prohibition, stop the misinformation amongst the general public and restore moral integrity to our society in large part via the end of cannabis prohibition.
Movement Grows to Legalize Pot in Wisconsin
by Michele McCormack
by Elizabeth Fay
Story Created: Nov 8, 2012 at 5:39 PM CST
Story Updated: Nov 8, 2012
MILWAUKEE—A Pro-legalization group believes the recent decisions in Colorado and Washington are re-igniting the push for pot to be legalized in Wisconsin.
Members plan to fast track legislation that would legalize it for medical purposes first, opening the door to recreational use as well.
“I believe it’s only a matter of time before it ends up spreading to the rest of the country,” Eric Marsch of Southeastern Wisconsin’s NORML organization told CBS 58′s Elizabeth Fay.
Barbara Notestein of the Safe & Sound organization has the completely opposite view.
“In terms of how people would learn and work and behave,” Nostein says, “I don’t think it would have a positive impact.”
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