DECRIMINALIZE MARIJUANA FOR ADULTS!

 

MARK YOUR CALENDARS 
LET’S MAKE APRIL 21
A DAY THAT CONGRESS NEVER FORGETS!

NORML needs you to call your Congressional Representative
on Monday, April 21, and deliver the following message:

“Millions of hard-working Americans use marijuana. 
Most consume it responsibly, in the privacy of their own homes, and in a manner
similar to alcohol.  Why then are we spending millions of dollars each year
to arrest these otherwise law-abiding individuals?  It’s time to end the
madness; it’s time to stop arresting responsible marijuana consumers.  I
urge you to support House Bill HR 5843, an ‘Act to Remove Federal Penalties for
Personal Use of Marijuana by Responsible Adults’.

(You can contact the office of your US Representative
directly dialing the Congressional Switchboard at 202-224-3121.)

After you have done so, we also ask that you
please e-mail this message to Congress.  Simply
click here and enter your zip code and NORML will
instantly send a pre-written message in your name to your Congressional
Representative. 

Imagine the ‘buzz’ on Capitol Hill as thousands upon
thousands of phone calls and e-mails begin pouring in to the Congressional
offices in support of legalizing marijuana.  Never before has the marijuana
law reform movement made this sort of political statement to Washington; we
intend to make it a statement that our elected officials won’t soon
forget.  As I said at the opening of this letter, we truly will be making
history!

Sincerely,

R. Keith Stroup, Esq.
Founder
National Organization
for the Reform of Marijuana Laws
legal@norml.org

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