Emergency alert contact your representative Jeff sessions on the prowl.

United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions today announced that the Justice Department has rescinded, effective immediately, Obama administration guidelines – known as the Cole memorandum – which directed US attorneys to not interfere with those compliant with state cannabis laws.

Send a letter to your lawmakers NOW and tell them to reject AG Sessions efforts to revert to the failed criminal policies of the ‘Just Say No’ era

“By rescinding the Cole Memo, Jeff Sessions is acting on his warped desire to return America to the failed beliefs of the ‘Just Say No’ and Reefer Madness eras. This action flies in the face of sensible public policy and broad public opinion. The American people overwhelmingly support the legalization of marijuana and oppose federal intervention in state marijuana laws by an even wider margin. This move by the Attorney General will prove not just to be a disaster from a policy perspective, but from a political one. The American people will not just sit idly by while he upends all the progress that has been made in dialing back the mass incarceration fueled by marijuana arrests and destabilizes an industry that is now responsible for over 150,000 jobs. Ending our disgraceful war on marijuana is the will of the people and the Trump Administration can expect severe backlash for opposing it,” said Erik Altieri, NORML Executive Director.

Tell your Representatives and Senators to fight back against Jeff Sessions

This move by the administration runs contrary to the wishes of the overwhelming majority of US voters, including majorities of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents – who support the regulation of adult cannabis use and also believe that determining marijuana policy ought to be a state issue, not a federal one.

Today, one in five Americans resides in a jurisdiction where the adult use of cannabis is legal under state statute, and the majority of citizens reside someplace where the medical use of cannabis is legally authorized. It is time for Congressional representatives in these districts to step up and defend the rights of their constituents – many of whom rely on these policies for their health and welfare.

Jeff Sessions is trying to target the cannabis community. Tell Congress that it is their time to step in NOW

Together we can fight this,
The NORML Team

Let’s not settle on anything less but full legalization.

Let’s not settle for less than anything but full legalization in the state of Pennsylvania. A fully legalized industry, with full employment for everybody. Medical is great and all but what about the rest of us that want to get in and be growers and processors and delivery people.


Have are own shops and stores and our own community! We deserve that wealth and safety also, every single one of us, I want to see an industry here in the state of Pennsylvania. What About Us?



Let’s face it the other states are besting us in this industry and here we are falling more more behind with  out-of-towners getting licenses to grow and process for medical. We need your help to us start 2018 off right, with a small monthly donation. It’ll just be harder for us to compete if we don’t get this done now.


Help us to put the Pennsylvania legislature on notice, we want full legalization. We want tax revenue for our schools ,our children. Less tax money leaving our paychecks. The list of positives just goes on and on but our legislators just don’t want to hear it.


Many many times I’m asked what can I do ? We need you to register to vote and contact your state representative and tell him what you want, it’s your right just be polite. The most important thing you can do in this fight is talk to your representative, for or against, talk to your representative.  Be that dude and help us out.


Want to know more come see us Wednesday December 20th general meeting.


General meeting with John fetterman candidate for lieutenant governor. Pittsburgh NORML executive director Patrick K Nightingale Esquire. Will also be on hand to answer any questions.


Black Forge Coffee House 7 p.m. see you there.






Steve Jaraczewski

Pittsburgh NORML board of directors.


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