Join NC NORML pro-bono Government Affairs Consultant and other cannabis advocates in Raleigh to tour the General Assembly and learn about the legislative process.
We timed this during their Spring Break so we won't be meeting with lawmakers this time.
To help offset the parking fees of our dedicated advocates "pounding the marble" every week throughout open sessions, we are asking for a $5 donation to attend this event.
As always, appearance matters more at the NCGA than most places and they are noticing us!
Please help to maintain our positive image by dressing professionally, being kind and respectful.
Full details will be provided in follow up emails.
A note on our values (see below): Please let us know if anything from clothing to transportation or any other barrier is preventing your full participation. We will do everything in our power to ensure everyone who wants to participate can do so!
NC NORML Values
Inclusivity – We are open to every North Carolinian and value people from all walks of life
Collaboration - We believe everyone can contribute towards the goal of reforming marijuana (cannabis) laws
Transparency - Clarity on how and why decisions are made fosters trust in our organization
Personal and Professional Growth - Embrace participation by supporters to stretch your comfort zone, allowing you to leverage your unique talents and experiences to help legalization
Cannabis knowledge – We provide resources to help advocates find their niche within the organization to grow their knowledge and confidence
Non-discrimination – We do not tolerate policies and actions that discriminate against individuals for any reason
Positive advocacy – We promote policies through constituent and elected official support including, but not limited to:
- Legalizing cannabis for North Carolinians and undoing prior convictions or charges for marijuana (cannabis) offenses
- Promoting equity within the cannabis industry
Creating an environment of respect for each other’s lived experiences and are grateful for each person’s value in the movement
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