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OC NORML is a consumer-focused organization, we serve as the bridge between the consumer, industry, and elected officials.

Dear supporters and friends,

As we celebrate our 20 year anniversary as a 501c3 organization, we want to thank you for your unwavering support in helping us achieve our mission to increase awareness and understanding around the cannabis industry and the plant itself.

Support our work! Orange County's 1st and Only Cannabis Education Organization Since 2003 OC NORML has been Orange County’s resource for information on current laws, medical benefits, and responsible use of cannabis. Get involved and... See What’s Next Dear supporters and friends, As we celebrate our 20 year anniversary as a 501c3 organization, we want to thank you for your unwavering support in helping us achieve our mission to increase awareness and understanding around the cannabis industry and the plant itself.
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We encourage and invite everyone to advocate for cannabis awareness and become a member of OC NORML. Donating as little as $20 will earn your Membership. Whether you're a consumer, advocate, business insider or dispensary, there's a Member-level that fits. Join online or meet us in person at one of our quarterly mixers. Together we make a difference.

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Our experienced group of industry-seasoned speakers can provide the most recent updates on cannabis laws, regulations and medical uses at NO COST. OC NORML has helped educate groups of all sizes including religious organizations, schools, neighborhood associations, government organizations, and social groups.

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Welcome 2023!

We're thrilled to announce the launch of our quarterly mixers! Designed to bring together our community and create space for education, advocacy, and networking. As the longest running consumer-focused cannabis non-profit in Orange County, we're committed to promoting the industry with positive change.

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NORML constantly tracks local, state, and federal laws, delivers feedback from a consumer’s point of view, and provides resources to all levels of government developing policy.

OC NORML MISSION

Orange County NORML is a chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. Founded in 2003 OC NORML is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that serves as an educational resource for the community. OC NORML believes that by providing fact-based information on cannabis it will make the community safer, help create jobs and opportunity, and reduce the stigmatization of cannabis and its consumers.Orange County NORML believes that cannabis when used responsibly by adults should be treated the same as other legal substances and has many benefits not only to its users but to communities that regulate its use, as well as commercial and medical benefits.
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Jul

Analysis: No Increase in Rates of Marijuana Use Among Youth Over Past Decade

“Prevalence of cannabis use did not change among youth over time,” the study’s authors concluded. The post Analysis: No Increase in Rates of Marijuana Use Among Youth Over Past Decade appeared first on NORML.

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23
Jul

Texas: Dallas Voters To Decide Marijuana Depenalization Measure This Fall

The proposed ordinance states: “The City’s policy shall be to make enforcement of Class A and Class B misdemeanor marijuana possession its lowest enforcement priority. The City shall update its relevant policies to ensure that public safety resources are not wasted on misdemeanor marijuana enforcement.” The post Texas: Dallas Voters To Decide Marijuana Depenalization Measure […]

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22
Jul

I’m Interning With NORML To Help Undo Harmful Policies

Summer ’24 Intern Zach Kaplan shares his reasons for joining the NORML Internship program. The post I’m Interning With NORML To Help Undo Harmful Policies appeared first on NORML.

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