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Keith Stroup on Marijuana in the '70s

PSYCHOACTIVE

Marijuana was integral to the evolving culture wars of the 1970s, with long criminal sentences meted out to some while others flouted the law with alacrity. No one was more central to the battles over marijuana policy than Keith Stroup, who founded the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) in 1970 and directed the organization for most of the decade. His allies spanned the spectrum of respectability from Harvard professors and former high level government officials to Gonzo journalist Hunter Thompson, Yippie activist Abbie Hoffman, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner and assorted marijuana smugglers, most notably Tom Forcade, who started High Times magazine. We talked about President Richard Nixon’s efforts to block marijuana law reform and President Jimmy Carter’s support for decriminalization. Eleven states decriminalized marijuana during the mid-1970s but the momentum faded rapidly as the decade neared completion. Most fascinating to me were Keith’s reflections on his own activism in an era that preceded my own engagement in drug policy reform activism beginning in 1988.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 19mins

30 Jun 2022

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NORML Founder, Keith Stroup, Esq.

Built On Purpose

Keith Stroup is a Washington, DC public-interest attorney who founded NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) in 1970.  Stroup obtained his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Illinois in 1965, and in 1968 he graduated from Georgetown Law School in Washington, DC. Stroup first smoked marijuana when he was a first-year law student and has been a regular smoker since. Following two years as staff counsel for the National Commission on Product Safety following law school, a job that allowed him to avoid the Vietnam War with a critical skills deferment, Stroup founded NORML and ran the organization through 1979, during which time 11 states decriminalized minor marijuana offenses. Stroup has also practiced criminal law, lobbied on Capitol Hill for family farmers and artists, and for several years served as executive director of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL).

 In 1994 Stroup resumed his work with NORML, rejoining the board of directors and serving again as Executive Director through 2004. He is currently NORML’s Legal Counsel.
 In 1992 Stroup was the recipient of the Richard J. Dennis Drugpeace Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Drug Policy Reform presented by the Drug Policy Foundation, Washington, DC. In 2010 he received the Al Horn Award for Advancing the Cause of Justice from the NORML Legal Committee. And in 2012 Stroup received the High Times Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2013 Stroup published the history of NORML entitled It’s NORML To Smoke Pot: the 40 Year Fight for Marijuana Smokers’ Rights. Connect: Keith Stroup on LinkedIn Keith Stroup's NORML Bio NORML: NORML.org: Working to Restore Marijuana Laws Since 1970 NORML on Twitter Y Scouts is a leadership search firm that finds purpose-aligned and performance-proven leaders to help organizations achieve their missions faster. Ready to supercharge your leadership search and get the right person in your organization? Contact Y Scouts.

1hr 4mins

31 Aug 2021

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EP. 5 - TRIBUTE TO DR. GRINSPOON (with guests David Grinspoon, Keith Stroup, Allen St. Pierre, Valerie Corral & Rick Cusick)

CANNTHROPOLOGY

In this special extended episode of Cannthropology, we honor the passing of the “Godfather of Medical Marijuana” Dr. Lester Grinspoon. To memorialize his life and legacy, host Bobby Black welcomes on some of those who were closest to the good doctor: his son, astrobiologist and author David Grinspoon; NORML founder Keith Stroup, former NORML executive director Allen St. Pierre, WAMM co-founder Valerie Leveroni Corral, and former High Times associate publisher Rick Cusick, who all share some of their favorite memories, anecdotes, and insights into one of the consequential advocates in the cannabis community. The World of Cannabis Museum Project presents: Cannthropology—the potcast that explores the history of cannabis culture one artifact and interview at a time. Hosted by World of Cannabis executive director and marijuana media icon Bobby Black. In each episode, Bobby chooses a different item(s) from the museum's collection of around 500 rare antiques, artifacts, and artworks, and welcomes a different guest(s) to help him explore the item’s significance and place in cannabis history. Check out our syndicated Cannthropology blog at worldofcannabis.museum/cannthropology and via our media partners: Leaf Magazine, Skunk Magazine, Cannasseur Magazine, Greenleaf Magazine & Cannapolitan Magazine. If you would like to carry our content in your cannabis publication or website, or are interested in becoming a sponsor of this podcast, please contact us at cannthropology@gmail.com. © World of Cannabis and Cannthropology are registered trademarks of Velleman Beheer B.V. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cannthropology/support

1hr 47mins

31 Jul 2020

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48 | Keith Stroup, Founder, NORML

Kannaboom | CBD and Cannabis for Wellness

For the better part of a century, cannabis was prohibited in the U.S. We know now that it has legitimate medicinal applications, and that it can help promote wellness. But that was not well-accepted in in 1970, when young lawyer Keith Stroup started NORML in an effort to destigmatize and ultimately decriminalize cannabis use. Five decades later, Keith is still fighting the good fight. Listen and learn about:The origins of NORML; early winsWhy the decriminalization movement stalled for so longHow Willie Nelson, Hunter S. Thompson and others helpedWhy descheduling cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act is still an important goalWhat's next for NORMLWhat you can do to help move cannabis reform forward See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

39mins

16 Jun 2020

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Keith Stroup: Founder of NORML

High Society with Paxton Quigley

Keith Stroup is the founder, former executive director, and current legal counsel for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, better known as NORML, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. He’s the author of the autobiography It's NORML to Smoke Pot: The 40-Year Fight for Marijuana Smokers Rights (High Times Books). He’s also the recipient of the 1992 Richard J. Dennis Drugpeace Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Drug Policy Reform from the Drug Policy Alliance, and the 2012 Lester Grinspoon Lifetime Achievement Award from High Times, and on April 20th, 2020 was named a 420 Icon (one of top 100 cannabis influencers of all time) by the Cannabis Business Awards.

34mins

4 Jun 2020

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EP. 3 - BACK TO NORML (with guest Keith Stroup)

CANNTHROPOLOGY

In this episode of Cannthropology, host Bobby Black speaks with the founder of cannabis advocacy group NORML Keith Stroup about the organization’s 50-year history, his rediscovery and revival of pot propaganda film Reefer Madness, and his personal relationships with other counterculture icons like Hunter S. Thompson, Hugh Hefner, Willie Nelson, and High Times founder Tom Forcade. Keith Stroup is the founder, former executive director & current legal counsel for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, better known as NORML, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. He’s the author of the autobiography It's NORML to Smoke Pot: The 40-Year Fight for Marijuana Smokers' Rights (High Times Books). He’s also the recipient of the 1992 Richard J. Dennis Drugpeace Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Drug Policy Reform from the Drug Policy Alliance, and the 2012 Lester Grinspoon Lifetime Achievement Award from High Times, and on April 20th, 2020 was named a 420 Icon (one of top 100 cannabis influencers of all time) by the Cannabis Business Awards (in collaboration with World of Cannabis). The World of Cannabis Museum Project Presents: Cannthropology—the potcast that explores the history of cannabis culture one artifact and interview at a time. Hosted by World of Cannabis executive director and marijuana media icon Bobby Black. In each episode, Bobby chooses a different item(s) from the museum's collection of around 500 rare antiques, artifacts, and artworks, and welcomes a different guest to help him explore the item’s significance and place in cannabis history. Check out our syndicated Cannthropology blog at worldofcannabis.museum/cannthropology and via our media partners: Leaf Magazine, Skunk Magazine, Cannasseur Magazine, Greenleaf Magazine & Cannapolitan Magazine. If you would like to carry our content in your cannabis publication or website, or are interested in becoming a sponsor of this podcast, please contact us at cannthropology@gmail.com. © World of Cannabis and Cannthropology are registered trademarks of Velleman Beheer B.V. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cannthropology/support

1hr 15mins

22 May 2020

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TSC Talks! A 420 Compilation with Sherri Tutkus, Keith Stroup, Nikki Lawley and Mike Robinson 🌿🎙

Jill Woodworth

In this Special Edition 420 Compilation, we share some favorite audio clips from several of our past guests on the 20th of April, 2020! First up is Sherri Tutkus, RN, BSN~Founder and CEO of GreenNurse Group, Medical Director of Irie Bliss Wellness and host of GreenNurse on the Go Radio Show.1. Sherri is a cannabis nurse, patient and advocate. Sherri earned her Bachelors in Science and Nursing from Boston College. She is highly skilled Registered Nurse with 30 years practical experience in various departments within the hospital and home setting. She is utilizing her expert nursing skills as a medical center specialist, clinical nurse liaison and educator to bridge the gap between patients and the cannabis community. Sherri has been educating and implementing holistic integrative healing modalities within her practice for over 20 years. She educates on the endocannabinoid system and the safe utilization of cannabis at dispensaries, hospitals, clinics, patients homes and she regularly does pop up events and expos.Sherri is a member of the American Cannabis Nurses Association and the Cannabis Nurses Network and she brings passion and purpose to her work teaching bio-psycho-social-spiritual healing using cannabis as a tool. https://greennursegroup.comShari's episode on TSC Talks: https://tsctalks.com/sherri-tutkus/2. Keith Stroup, Mr. Keith Stroup is a Washington, DC public-interest attorney who founded NORML in 1970. Stroup obtained his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Illinois in 1965, and in 1968 he graduated from Georgetown Law School in Washington, DC. Following two years as staff counsel for the National Commission on Product Safety, Mr. Stroup founded NORML and ran the organization through 1979, during which 11 states decriminalized minor marijuana offenses. Stroup has also practiced criminal law, lobbied on Capitol Hill for family farmers and artists, and for several years served as executive director of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL). https://norml.orgKeith's episode on TSC Talks: https://tsctalks.com/tsc-talks-guest-keith-stroup/3. Nikki Lawley~Nikki Lawley, Cannabis Advocate and EducatorTraumatic brain injury stole my joy, but cannabis returned it.Nikki, a NY state resident, has always been a proud and diligent worker. She’s served as an HVAC filtration salesperson, later starting her own company, then as a casino dealer, and most recently, as a pediatric nurse. She had suffered two traumatic brain injuries during her younger years, but it was the third TBI that suddenly changed everything. In a heartbeat, her life changed from one of optimism, vibrancy, enthusiasm, confidence, and extroversion, to one of constant pain, withdrawal, depression, and hopelessness.While trying to help administer a routine vaccine to a young boy, Nikki was thrown against the wall, suffering a significant TBI and cervical instability in the process. Nikki’s TBI has caused cognitive deficiencies, confusion, memory loss, anxiety, and pain. She found herself unable to work, unable to interact with others, and in a very dark place. None of the numerous traditional medications she’s tried helped, and if fact, their ghastly side effects left her even worse off.She had long since reached the end of her rope, when, on a whim, figuring she had nothing more to lose, she turned to cannabis. https://linktr.ee/NikkilawleyNikki's episode on TSC Talks: https://tsctalks.com/tsc-talks-guest-nikki-lawley/4. Mike Robinson~Mike Robinson, the founder of the Global Cannabinoid ResearchCenter in Santa Barbara California, is a multiple Cancer survivor that’s used cannabis oils and CBD extensively as well for Severe epilepsy, Chronic Lyme Disease, PTSD, and in pain management. Over the last 6 years Mike has shared his journey and analytics on cannabinoid medicine research globally while assisting patients and helping to teach clinicians globally. Mike is the former Director of Consumer Affairs and Communications at The American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine. His post grad education, however is not in cannabis or cannabinoid medicine, rather it’s focus was International Relations and Diplomacy. Robinson has an extensive history of leading a large compassion program that provided countless disadvantaged cannabis patients with various alternative protocol treatments, is a published journalist and international cannabinoid research specialist, is a former registered Civil Rights lobbyist and non attorney that represented countless disabled children pro bono nationwide for over 2 decades. He’s a past board member of Big Brothers and Sisters, the founder of multiple non profits for disabled children, and is well known for adopting a severely disabled child, Genevieve, from the compassion program he once ran.Read Genevieve’s Journey in High Times: https://hightimes.com/culture/genevieves-journey-how-cannabis-helped-save-life-create-family/ https://mikesmedicines.com, https://globalcannabinoidrc.com, https://genevievesdream.com, https://carouselchallenge.comThanks for listening! If you liked what you heard, please write us a review on any of the following platforms:https://www.facebook.com/pg/tsctalks/reviews/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tsc-talks/id1438344290Utilize medication and stay medicated :)

23mins

20 Apr 2020

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TSC Talks! A 420 Compilation with Sherri Tutkus, Keith Stroup, Nikki Lawley and Mike Robinson 🌿🎙

TSC Talks!

In this Special Edition 420 Compilation, we share some favorite audio clips from several of our past guests on the 20th of April, 2020! First up is Sherri Tutkus, RN, BSN~Founder and CEO of GreenNurse Group, Medical Director of Irie Bliss Wellness and host of GreenNurse on the Go Radio Show.1. Sherri is a cannabis nurse, patient and advocate. Sherri earned her Bachelors in Science and Nursing from Boston College. She is highly skilled Registered Nurse with 30 years practical experience in various departments within the hospital and home setting. She is utilizing her expert nursing skills as a medical center specialist, clinical nurse liaison and educator to bridge the gap between patients and the cannabis community. Sherri has been educating and implementing holistic integrative healing modalities within her practice for over 20 years. She educates on the endocannabinoid system and the safe utilization of cannabis at dispensaries, hospitals, clinics, patients homes and she regularly does pop up events and expos.Sherri is a member of the American Cannabis Nurses Association and the Cannabis Nurses Network and she brings passion and purpose to her work teaching bio-psycho-social-spiritual healing using cannabis as a tool. https://greennursegroup.comShari's episode on TSC Talks: https://tsctalks.com/sherri-tutkus/2. Keith Stroup, Mr. Keith Stroup is a Washington, DC public-interest attorney who founded NORML in 1970. Stroup obtained his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Illinois in 1965, and in 1968 he graduated from Georgetown Law School in Washington, DC. Following two years as staff counsel for the National Commission on Product Safety, Mr. Stroup founded NORML and ran the organization through 1979, during which 11 states decriminalized minor marijuana offenses. Stroup has also practiced criminal law, lobbied on Capitol Hill for family farmers and artists, and for several years served as executive director of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL). https://norml.orgKeith's episode on TSC Talks: https://tsctalks.com/tsc-talks-guest-keith-stroup/3. Nikki Lawley~Nikki Lawley, Cannabis Advocate and EducatorTraumatic brain injury stole my joy, but cannabis returned it.Nikki, a NY state resident, has always been a proud and diligent worker. She’s served as an HVAC filtration salesperson, later starting her own company, then as a casino dealer, and most recently, as a pediatric nurse. She had suffered two traumatic brain injuries during her younger years, but it was the third TBI that suddenly changed everything. In a heartbeat, her life changed from one of optimism, vibrancy, enthusiasm, confidence, and extroversion, to one of constant pain, withdrawal, depression, and hopelessness.While trying to help administer a routine vaccine to a young boy, Nikki was thrown against the wall, suffering a significant TBI and cervical instability in the process. Nikki’s TBI has caused cognitive deficiencies, confusion, memory loss, anxiety, and pain. She found herself unable to work, unable to interact with others, and in a very dark place. None of the numerous traditional medications she’s tried helped, and if fact, their ghastly side effects left her even worse off.She had long since reached the end of her rope, when, on a whim, figuring she had nothing more to lose, she turned to cannabis. https://linktr.ee/NikkilawleyNikki's episode on TSC Talks: https://tsctalks.com/tsc-talks-guest-nikki-lawley/4. Mike Robinson~Mike Robinson, the founder of the Global Cannabinoid ResearchCenter in Santa Barbara California, is a multiple Cancer survivor that’s used cannabis oils and CBD extensively as well for Severe epilepsy, Chronic Lyme Disease, PTSD, and in pain management. Over the last 6 years Mike has shared his journey and analytics on cannabinoid medicine research globally while assisting patients and helping to teach clinicians globally. Mike is the former Director of Consumer Affairs and Communications at The American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine. His post grad education, however is not in cannabis or cannabinoid medicine, rather it’s focus was International Relations and Diplomacy. Robinson has an extensive history of leading a large compassion program that provided countless disadvantaged cannabis patients with various alternative protocol treatments, is a published journalist and international cannabinoid research specialist, is a former registered Civil Rights lobbyist and non attorney that represented countless disabled children pro bono nationwide for over 2 decades. He’s a past board member of Big Brothers and Sisters, the founder of multiple non profits for disabled children, and is well known for adopting a severely disabled child, Genevieve, from the compassion program he once ran.Read Genevieve’s Journey in High Times: https://hightimes.com/culture/genevieves-journey-how-cannabis-helped-save-life-create-family/https://mikesmedicines.com, https://globalcannabinoidrc.com, https://genevievesdream.com, https://carouselchallenge.comThanks for listening! If you liked what you heard, please write us a review on any of the following platforms:https://www.facebook.com/pg/tsctalks/reviews/https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tsc-talks/id1438344290Utilize medication and stay medicated :)

23mins

20 Apr 2020

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TSC Talks! "Out of Southern Illinois, Come a Down Home Country Boy," with Keith Stroup, Founder of NORML

Jill Woodworth

Keith Stroup, Founder of NORML, may be a down-home country boy, from Southern Illinois, but he sure did make it in the big city (from Box #10 w/Jim Croce). Keith takes me on a walk, through the annals of his legendary history as a founding father of the marijuana legislation movement in the US. From his early years growing up in Southern Illinois, to Georgetown Law School where he became politically radicalized by the Vietnam anti-war movement, and he started using cannabis.After getting his law degree and working with Ralph Nader, he was inspired to start a consumer group for cannabis users and using his legal skills to try and impact public policy rather than simply "to assist your individual clients get richer, stay out of trouble or whatever" On founding NORML: "First off, I enjoyed smoking it but I also had become part obviously, of the underground culture of millions of smokers around this country, and began to be aware of the hundreds of thousands of people who were being arrested and having their lives destroyed because of a senseless policy. So I got some friends together a couple of colleagues of mine at the time and we found it normal as marijuana smokers lobby. "From here Keith goes on to outline his work with NORML over the years along with key moments in the history of marijuana legislation, starting with the foundational motivation of avoiding being drafted, "but for that Vietnam War and that experience of having lived through that terrifying experience and thinking you're going to be drafted and sent to war, I don't think I ever would have had the interest to start NORML, but because of that, it that I jumped into it with both feet. I think I was a bit naive at the time. I remember someone asked me how long I thought it was going to take. And I said I thought it would take at least 10 years. Well, that was in 1970. So it's taken us a little longer than that, where I think we're in our 45th year at NORML, but it is now finally happening"Keith discusses the shift in public opinion under the influence of more conservative leaders; "Well, we underestimated the possibility of the public mood shifting. And as of the late 70s, early 80s, you had Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan. (The) "Just say no" movement, the parents movement, there was a period there where we began as a country to evaluate drug proposals on whether they were good for children. Well, no one is suggesting that children should be using marijuana or alcohol or any other drugs. But nonetheless, that was started the test and as a result, after we got the 11th state to decriminalized in 1978, we didn't win another statewide victory for 18 years" Bringing us to the current day, Keith discusses the latest legislation approved by the house judiciary committee, " And one of the reasons that the bill at the House Judiciary Committee approved just yesterday, right is so important is because it's called the MORE act. And among the things that would do the most important is it wouldn't just lower marijuana to a lower schedule under the Controlled Substances Act, it would, in fact, remove it altogether from the Controlled Substances Act. "Keith has been a trailblazer in pushing forward on marijuana legislation nationwide and encourages anyone interested in understanding more about their state laws to visit the website https://norml.org/ and click on their state to read all the applicable state and federal legislation.There's a lot more here, check out Keith's links and thank you, Keith, for your groundbreaking work to reform marijuana legislation over the last 50 years!NORML: https://norml.org/. https://norml.org/about/item/r-keith-stroup-jdLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/keith-stroup-68997b6/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keith.stroupTwitter: https://twitter.com/keithstroupInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithstroup/Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keith_StroupRecent articles:https://www.arlingtonmagazine.com/life-after-50with-cannabis/3/ https://www.cannabisindustrylawyer.com/keith-stroup-norml/ https://www.playboy.com/read/weed-warriors

54mins

3 Dec 2019

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TSC Talks! "Out of Southern Illinois, Come a Down Home Country Boy," with Keith Stroup, Founder of NORML

TSC Talks!

Keith Stroup, Founder of NORML, may be a down-home country boy, from Southern Illinois, but he sure did make it in the big city (from Box #10 w/Jim Croce). Keith takes me on a walk, through the annals of his legendary history as a founding father of the marijuana legislation movement in the US. From his early years growing up in Southern Illinois, to Georgetown Law School where he became politically radicalized by the Vietnam anti-war movement, and he started using cannabis.After getting his law degree and working with Ralph Nader, he was inspired to start a consumer group for cannabis users and using his legal skills to try and impact public policy rather than simply "to assist your individual clients get richer, stay out of trouble or whatever" On founding NORML: "First off, I enjoyed smoking it but I also had become part obviously, of the underground culture of millions of smokers around this country, and began to be aware of the hundreds of thousands of people who were being arrested and having their lives destroyed because of a senseless policy. So I got some friends together a couple of colleagues of mine at the time and we found it normal as marijuana smokers lobby. "From here Keith goes on to outline his work with NORML over the years along with key moments in the history of marijuana legislation, starting with the foundational motivation of avoiding being drafted, "but for that Vietnam War and that experience of having lived through that terrifying experience and thinking you're going to be drafted and sent to war, I don't think I ever would have had the interest to start NORML, but because of that, it that I jumped into it with both feet. I think I was a bit naive at the time. I remember someone asked me how long I thought it was going to take. And I said I thought it would take at least 10 years. Well, that was in 1970. So it's taken us a little longer than that, where I think we're in our 45th year at NORML, but it is now finally happening"Keith discusses the shift in public opinion under the influence of more conservative leaders; "Well, we underestimated the possibility of the public mood shifting. And as of the late 70s, early 80s, you had Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan. (The) "Just say no" movement, the parents movement, there was a period there where we began as a country to evaluate drug proposals on whether they were good for children. Well, no one is suggesting that children should be using marijuana or alcohol or any other drugs. But nonetheless, that was started the test and as a result, after we got the 11th state to decriminalized in 1978, we didn't win another statewide victory for 18 years" Bringing us to the current day, Keith discusses the latest legislation approved by the house judiciary committee, " And one of the reasons that the bill at the House Judiciary Committee approved just yesterday, right is so important is because it's called the MORE act. And among the things that would do the most important is it wouldn't just lower marijuana to a lower schedule under the Controlled Substances Act, it would, in fact, remove it altogether from the Controlled Substances Act. "Keith has been a trailblazer in pushing forward on marijuana legislation nationwide and encourages anyone interested in understanding more about their state laws to visit the website https://norml.org/ and click on their state to read all the applicable state and federal legislation.There's a lot more here, check out Keith's links and thank you, Keith, for your groundbreaking work to reform marijuana legislation over the last 50 years!NORML: https://norml.org/. https://norml.org/about/item/r-keith-stroup-jdLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/keith-stroup-68997b6/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keith.stroupTwitter: https://twitter.com/keithstroupInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithstroup/Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keith_StroupRecent articles:https://www.arlingtonmagazine.com/life-after-50with-cannabis/3/https://www.cannabisindustrylawyer.com/keith-stroup-norml/https://www.playboy.com/read/weed-warriors

54mins

3 Dec 2019

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