At Virginia NORML, we love it when local businesses step up and show support for marijuana law reform in Virginia.
Tortilla West in Norfolk has named Virginia NORML its non-profit of the month for December. They will be collecting donations for marijuana reform until the end of the year.Read more
Marijuana is safer than alcohol. So why are we driving people to drink?
That’s the question brilliantly answered in the book Marijuana is Safer, and it’s yours free with your 2019 membership to Virginia NORML when you join during the month of December.Read more
The acclaimed documentary "Weed the People" will be screened on Wednesday, November 14 at The Naro Cinema at 7:15PM.Read more
In the 2017 General Assembly, Virginia voted to join other states with a regulated medical cannabis industry.
Now, parents can finally talk out in the open about the ways that cannabis helps -- or could help -- their children with medical conditions ranging from cancer to epilepsy to mental illness to autoimmune disease and more.Read more
Virginia 2019 Cannabis Conference
Join us in Richmond, January 12-14 for the Virginia 2019 Cannabis Conference & Lobby Day. Register now to take advantage of early bird discounts!Read more
NORML’s Smoke the Vote voter guide makes it easy to learn where the candidates on your ballot stand on federal marijuana policy before you head into the voting booth on November 6. For those of you in the Virginia House of Delegates 8th District, there’s also a special election to replace Delegate Habeeb. We’re always updating the guide with candidates’ statements, so if you happen to catch one that we haven’t, send it our way.Read more
Virginia NORML in the News
Reform Group: Transparency Needed in Medical Marijuana Licensing Process
Public News Service
Next week O’Connor Brewing Co. in Norfolk is becoming O’Cannabis Brewing Co.
Virginia NORML is teaming up with OBC to present the very first Legalize Virginia Festival.
Virginia’s Medical Cannabis Registry is Open!
The registration process for Virginia physicians, patients and caregivers is now open. Patients and caregivers with affirmative defense certificates signed in the past 12 months may now register. The previously issued certificate is no longer available and is not sufficient for asserting an affirmative defense without registration. Patients who have not yet received a recommendation must now do so from a registered physician.Read more