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Weekly News Update

Thanks to everyone for your support thus far. Our petition has under 250 supporters to go for us to reach our goal!

If you can make it to Richmond next Friday, the 16th of January, please consider coming to Richmond with us and our friends at VANORML for Lobby Day 2015. We will be meeting with our State Representatives to help show our support for marijuana decriminalization, medicinal use, and hemp farming. Please visit the Lobby Day page and register if you can make it.


In other news, VA NORML have raised over $900 to put up a pro-decriminalization billboard up adjacent to Route 360 in Richmond

Virginia Tech’s WVTF reporter Sandy Hausman has a nice 5 part series on Marijuana Reforms in Virginia. Other parts can be found amongst her archives here

Delegate Kaye Korys is one of the patrons of SB 686, and she’s written up a bit on the Falls Church News-Press as to why she’s supporting the bill.


Virginia isn’t the only state considering marijuana legislation in 2015, we’ve put together a list of news and opinion articles from around the country for you:

Arizona lawmaker proposes legalizing pot

Indiana lawmakers give up push to decriminalize, focus on medical efforts

Kansas: Marijuana reform petition presented again

Kentucky House speaker to file medical marijuana bill

Maine – At least four bills planned on marijuana use

Marijuana legalization in Ohio — it’s not ‘if’ or ‘when,’ it’s ‘how’: Rob Ryan (opinion)

Legalize marijuana in Tennessee

Texas Is the Next Big Test for Legal Weed