Medical Cannabis

Marijuana prohibition applies to everyone, including the sick and dying. Of all the negative consequences of prohibition, none is as tragic as the denial of medical marijuana to

seriously ill patients who could

benefit greatly from its use.

On another topic, voters may circulate petitions to place a proposal on a future election ballot relating to the issue of marijuana. The proposal would make the possession and cultivation of limited amounts marijuana legal in the State of Michigan for adults age 21 or older. Also, it would allow the sale of marijuana to adults age 21 or older only by stores that would be licensed by the state, and finally, it would tax the sale of marijuana by these state licensed stores. If this proposal were to appear on a future election ballot, if the election were held today, would you vote yes to approve of the proposal, or would you vote no to oppose it?

2014 MINORML/EPIC-MRA POLL RESULTS

Hemp refers to the non-psychoactive strain of marijuana grown by farmers throughout the world for industrial purposes. Hemp is

one of nature’s strongest and most

versatile agricultural crops and has

many commercial uses. 


Industrial Hemp

In Other News...

It’s time to stop arresting responsible

adult marijuana smokers. Millions of

Americans use marijuana; few abuse it.

Adult Use

NORML Blog

Michigan NORML is very pleased to host the first of several 2015 Lobby Days in Lansing with the generous assistance of Think Live Music. We will announce more dates in the future and we hope you can join us to convince legislators to legalize cannabis for adults. Please see our Facebook page for full details.

Michigan NORML recently attended the Michigan Tea Party Pow Wow in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan on January 9-11, 2015. We had the best display of the convention, and people were genuinely happy to speak with us about hemp and cannabis issues. We're embarking on a new era in advocacy!


Michigan NORML board members Steven Sharpe and Trena Moss attended the event with Michigan NORML member and founder of Safer Michigan, Tim Beck. They have all reported that the event was a huge success for the cannabis community and that our issue was a part of the official discussion. Cannabis reform has become a mainstream issue in Michigan!

UPCOMING EVENTS

The question...

The Michigan chapter of the

National Organization for the

Reform of Marijuana Laws