Your Cannabis Community
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.
BE A MEMBER
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.Find Out More
BOOK A SPEAKER
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.BOOK SPEAKER
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.Find Out More
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
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Keeping the cannabis community up to date on all city and county-wide discussions of cannabis licenses, legislation, restrictions, and policy.
We're pleased to announce that SANTA ANA, STANTON and COSTA MESA are now allowing retail storefront dispensaries and the city of LA HABRA is set to launch deliveries in 2021.
Federal: House Committee Advances Legislation Easing Hiring Restrictions for Those with a History of Marijuana Use With Bipartisan Support
“Passage of The CURE Act will increase the talent pool of candidates eligible for federal employment, while recognizing the reality that millions of Americans have experience with cannabis and should not be denied the opportunity to positively contribute to our federal workforce.” The post Federal: House Committee Advances Legislation Easing Hiring Restrictions for Those with […]
Fall ’23 Intern Mae Mueller details her reasons for joining the NORML team. The post I’m Interning With NORML to Promote Personal Freedoms appeared first on NORML.