Miami Valley Ohio NORML



Mission Statement

Miami Valley NORML's mission is to re-legalize marijuana for personal, industrial and therapeutic use.

Miami Valley NORML is an officially recognized affiliate of NORML, The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, located in Washington D.C.

About Miami Valley NORML

Miami Valley NORML is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization which seeks to represent the interests of Ohio citizens who believe the medical and recreational use of marijuana should no longer be a crime. Check us out and meet up with friendly, like-minded people to discuss issues surrounding both marijuana and the laws governing its use. Through civil and political action, we can advance our state's drug laws toward a more sensible policy.

Ending marijuana prohibition is not a partisan issue. Prohibition is a conservative issue, a liberal issue, a libertarian issue, it affects us all and crosses all political boundaries.


PO BOX 12962


937-TOP-HEMP (937-867-4367)




Miami Valley NORML members are working with other community advocacy groups


 Have you been busted for DUI?


Charles M. Rowland II maintains an established DUI/OVI practice, representing the accused DUI driver in State & Federal Courts in Dayton & throughout the Miami Valley.  An attorney since 1995, Charles Rowland dedicates his practice exclusively to representing the accused DUI driver & has worked to amass more credentials than any attorney in his field.

Looking for a local attorney?


Attorney Mark J. Babb focuses his practice in the areas of criminal & traffic law. Attorney Babb has represented thousands of clients in the Fairborn, Xenia, Dayton and surrounding areas since the inception of his practice. Attorney Babb has acquired the knowledge, skills and experiences to effectively represent his clients in all areas of criminal & traffic law.



NORML complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination. Ohio NORML is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, height, weight, or veteran status.



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