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Columbia NORML is South Carolina’s oldest chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, established in 2007. It is organized as a non-profit and run by a group dedicated volunteers.
Yes, Columbia NORML is a federally registered 501(c)(3) which means that all donations to the organization are tax-deductible. We neither support, endorse, nor donate to political parties or candidates.
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South Carolina does not have a statewide initiative and referendum process that does not involve the state General Assembly. It’s in the state constitution. We can, however, go that route at the county and city levels of government; and, to do that would take funds we don’t have yet. But, small contributions add up. Considering giving what you can today.
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Press & News
“Welcome to the party bus.” That’s what tour guide Alyse Morgan told 20-plus tourists who were riding in a marijuana bus tour on a hot May Friday.
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Denver, Thornton mayors join with other U.S. city leaders to call for federal marijuana policy reforms
The Denver and Thornton mayors have joined a new coalition of U.S. city leaders that will lobby Congress and the Trump administration to increase local control over marijuana policy.
The post Denver, Thornton mayors join with other U.S. city leaders to call for federal marijuana policy reforms appeared first on The Cannabist.
Donald Trump would “probably” support legalizing Colorado’s marijuana industry — through bid by Cory Gardner and Elizabeth Warren
A bill that would protect state marijuana laws from federal interference received a major plug on Friday when President Donald Trump said he likely would back the measure — introduced a day earlier by U.S.
Colorado’s marijuana industry would get bank access, federal OK under bill from Cory Gardner and Elizabeth Warren. But what are its chances?
The measure, which is being welcomed by the cannabis industry but faces a tough path to becoming law, would end the current conflict between federal and state law.