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Pittsburgh Norml Women’s Alliance

Pennsylvania Marijuana Decriminalization Rally

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It is time for Pennsylvania to decriminalize marijuana! We must do so IMMEDIATELY! Around 20,000 people are arrested in Pennsylvania every year. That means unless we make changes to the law over the next ten years around 200,000 Pennsylvania citizens will have their lives ruined or severely interrupted by arrest!

THIS MADNESS MUST END!

All pennsylvania cannabis reform organizations are making a united effort to end the war on the people over a plant and we are rallying in the heart of the state capitol to make our voices heard and rock the halls of power.

Ultimately the solution is FULL LEGALIZATION of cannabis that includes home grows. We know that this will take Pennsylvania a few years so we demand DECRIMINALIZATION NOW!

We are calling for ONE THOUSAND PEOPLE to join us in Harrisburg in the main rotunda at 11:30AM on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. This is the year that we can finally achieve another major victory for the people of Pennsylvania and give hope to the nation.

Please join us and help us spread the word and make this the BIGGEST RALLY YET!

Les Stark
Executive Director, Keytone Cannabis Coalition

Pittsburgh NORML Meeting and Free Expungement Workshop

Our montly meeting is Thursday January 5th starting around 7PM at Black Forge Coffee House and we will discuss the latest in the news and views of medical marijuana here in Pittsburgh and PA.

We also invite all of our friends and supporters to join us for a free “expungement workshop.” Attorney Patrick K. Nightingale of PKN Law – Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Attorneys and Executive Director of Pittsburgh Norml will be discussing PA Expungement law and what rights you have to remove certain criminal charges from your criminal history.

If you have a marijuana related charge on your record and you are curious if it can be expunged come and we will give you free and direct legal advice.

Please share this with anyone you know that may have interest in this valuable workshop.

Expungement (also called “expunction”) is a court-ordered process in which the legal record of an arrest or a criminal conviction is “sealed,” or erased in the eyes of the law. When a conviction is expunged, the process may also be referred to as “setting aside a criminal conviction.” The availability of expungement, and the procedure for getting an arrest or conviction expunged, will vary according to the state or county in which the arrest or conviction occurred.