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MUSIC: DJ- HydroPhonic
7pm- 5 Times Famous - www.fivetimesfamous.com
8pm- Zymotic Flow - www.reverbnation.com/zymoticflow
9pm- Ginger Coyle - www.gingercoyle.com
10pm- Jackson Rider - www.thejacksonrider.com
11pm- Bong Hits - www.bonghitsforjesus.net
12pm- Black Stars - www.reverbnation.com/blckstrz
Sabrina Fendrick, Director of Women's Outreach/Chapter Coordinator at NORML
Erik X. Altieri, Communications Director/Chapter Coordinator NORML
Rick Cusick, Associate Publisher High Times Magazine and member of the board at NORML
Diane Fornbacher, Publisher Ladybud Magazine and member of the board at NORML
Kevin Clough, Executive Director at Philly Norml
Since its founding in 1970, NORML has provided a voice in the public policy debate for those Americans who oppose marijuana prohibition and favor an end to the practice of arresting marijuana smokers. A nonprofit public-interest advocacy group, NORML represents the interests of the tens of millions of Americans who smoke marijuana responsibly.
During the 1970s, NORML led the successful efforts to decriminalize minor marijuana offenses in 11 states and significantly lower marijuana penalties in all others.
Today, NORML continues to lead the fight to reform state and federal marijuana laws, whether by voter initiative or through the elected legislatures. NORML serves as an informational resource to the national media on marijuana-related stories, providing a perspective to offset the anti-marijuana propaganda from the government; lobbies state and federal legislators in support of reform legislation; publishes a regular newsletter; hosts, along with the NORML Foundation, an informative web site and an annual conference; and serves as the umbrella group for a national network of citizen-activists committed to ending marijuana prohibition and legalizing marijuana.
Our sister organization, the NORML Foundation sponsors public advertising campaigns to better educate the public about marijuana and alternatives to current marijuana policy; provides legal assistance and support to victims of the current laws; and undertakes relevant research.
The oldest and largest marijuana legalization organization in the country, NORML maintains a professional staff in Washington, DC, headed by Executive Director Allen St. Pierre, and a network of volunteer state and local NORML Chapters across the country.