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Why do we have to pay for a membership?

Why should I pay $25 for an annual Indiana NORML membership? Where does that money go? These are SOME of the reasons why it is important to help support INORML’s membership program and pay your annual dues. If you want cannabis to succeed in Indiana, your annual...

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Indiana NORML elects combat vets to leadership roles

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (Friday, October 25, 2019)  Indiana NORML elects combat vets to leadership roles   INDIANAPOLIS – The Board of Directors of the Indiana Chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws joined together for their annual...

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Mears and Moriarty Compete to Replace Terry Curry

Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry recently stepped down from his position in order to take time to treat focus on treating his prostate cancer. The vacancy has resulted in the requirement for a caucus vote by the Indiana Democratic Party to replace Curry, an event...

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Candidate for Governor Josh Owens & Cannabis

With Josh Owens having recently announced his campaign for governor within the Democratic primary, many have wondered about his full stance on cannabis reform for Indiana after initial news articles mentioned decriminalization being part of his platform. While we look...

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Indiana Gubernatorial Update

Republican Primary While many thought that Holcomb would go uncontested in the Republican primary after State Representative Jim Lucas declined to challenge his colleague at the ballot (a request made frequently by his followers on social media), a new and mostly...

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Karen Tallian to Run for Attorney General

There's perhaps no more well-known elected official in Indiana with respect to cannabis reform than State Senator Karen Tallian (D-19), even for those only marginally following the issue. Senator Tallian has been introducing cannabis legislation in the Statehouse for...

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Dr. Magiera Releases Statement on Cannabis

When a particular political party has an incumbent in office and running for reelection, it is relatively uncommon for a fellow member of that party to run in the primary election against a member of their own party who already holds the seat. Representative Jim...

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Indiana’s Race for Governor: Ready, Set, Go!

In political time, the 2020 elections are just around the corner. Presidential campaigns are already dominating news cycles and social media, while other campaigns are in their infancy. In Indiana's gubernatorial race, Holcomb is expected to formally announce his...

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