NORML's mission is to move public opinion sufficiently to legalize the responsible use of marijuana by adults, and to serve as an advocate for consumers to assure they have access to high quality marijuana that is safe, convenient and affordable.
For 40 years, NORML has served as a clearinghouse for marijuana-related information. Much of this information is now available online in NORML's Library.
PO BOX 44408
CLEVELAND, OH 44144
NORML depends on our members for support in our efforts to eliminate marijuana
prohibition and bring about common sense drug policy in the state of Ohio
OHIO NORML BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Director: Cher Neufer
Deputy Director: Danielle Vitale - O'Brien
Secretary: Alison Kareem
Treasurer: Kim Schmidt
Communications Director: Dan White
By Ohio Norml
JOHNSTOWN, OH (WCMH)–While some communities in Ohio are starting to exercise their right under the state’s new medical marijuana law to “opt out” of allowing marijuana-related businesses, the Village of Johnstown is ready to opt in.businesses
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When: Now thru August 31, 2016.
Regional Chapters that get the most new members will receive: 1st place, $100, second place, $50. Regional chapters will be running their own offer for new members.
Please see www.ohionorml.org/chapters/and click on the chapter that you want to be involved in helping to join!
SE Ohio NORML is reducing their membership to $20 and giving 10% off on their merchandise.
Ohio NORML is offering a free ticket to the Ohio NORML Harvest Fest Sept. 23 -25 for any member that gets at least two new members for Ohio NORML.
Contact email@example.com or 330-948-1189 for more information.
This is the weekly meeting for Sensible Lucas County at 6:30. We are meeting at the downtown Toledo Library in the Loolen Room.We are really making nice progress and we encourage everyone to come check out what is all going on. Bring a friend and come be a part of...Details...
NORML depends on our members for support in our efforts to eliminate marijuana prohibition and bring about common sense drug policy in the state of Ohio