If you missed the event, you can watch it here:
https://tinyurl.com/CCC20201stVideo. Will you let us know if you found it beneficial? Here’s a recap on our event:
Candidates from all political parties were seated on the stage, ready to discuss Cannabis laws and reform. In each round, candidates were asked questions and given a chance to share their thoughts and beliefs.
We want the community to take notice of how important voting is during this election year. Did you know that the entire North Carolina General Assembly is up for reelection every 2 years? You have an opportunity to shape who gets those seats.
We had a very successful outcome with the community, with many important questions asked!
We at NC NORML would like to thank the candidates;
- Sean Haugh
- Michael Nelson
- Adrian Travers
- Representative Allison Dahle
- Duskin Lassiter
- Chris Meadows
- And Simon Lowell's campaign manager, Dejonna Groff
NC NORML is working hard in our state to bring awareness of cannabis to the community. NC NORML’s mission is to educate, empower, and activate North Carolinians and elected officials to legalize adult use of cannabis, whether for medical or personal purposes and to call for the expansion of hemp for industrial applications. We are determined to educate the community until we are heard by our government. We need to be heard because everyone deserves personal freedom.
We need your support to get laws changed in NC!
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