WVNORML Open Meeting February 18
A WVNORML Open Members Meeting was held Tuesday, February 18, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the Woman’s Club of Charleston. The meeting was well attended with members coming from Charleston, Beckley, Wheeling, Morgantown, Huntington, Ripley and Clendenin, among others.
WVNORML educational efforts for medical marijuana and marijuana policy reform have been done so far by a small group of supporters. It’s gotten too big so now WVNORML really needs your help and support.
This meeting offered tips to help WVNORML members with legislative efforts in support of medical marijuana. These members will concentrate on direct, grassroots action.
Packets were shared with resources to aid members in these legislative policy change efforts.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) — At the West Virginia State Capitol a controversial bill is now up for debate.
West Virginia Delegate Mike Manypenny (D-Taylor) introduced a bill Thursday that would allow people with debilitating medical conditions, such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, and HIV/AIDS, to use medical marijuana if a doctor recommends it.
The legislation would also establish a state regulated system from marijuana growing and distribution centers.
Twenty states and the District of Columbia have adopted laws that allow people with certain debilitating medical conditions to use medical marijuana with a recommendation from their doctors.
Encourage Your Elected Delegates to Vote YES on Compassionate Use Act (HB 4264)! Make your voice heard before the holiday rush. Ask your legislator to support the Compassionate Use Act (HB 4264) and to support a state law legalizing Medical Marijuana.
If you suffer from health conditions that can benefit from medical marijuana, you need to call your legislators today and let them know how important medical marijuana is for West Virginia citizens.
If you have never contacted your legislator before, there has never been a better time to contact your elected representatives than right now
Take action today, use your voice to help us show West Virginia lawmakers how important medical marijuana is for sick West Virginians.
Copy and get your friends and families to sign this petition in support of medical marijuana in West Virginia. Sign, deliver, email or mail the petition to your elected officials. Here’s a link to find out exactly who represents you at the West Virginia level.
Or mail the completed petition to: WVNORML, P.O. Box 1422, Charleston, WV 25325 and they will be delivered to the Legislature.