To End the War on Cannabis Consumers
Our mission is to advocate for the legalization of marijuana through education, outreach, and grassroots efforts, to include the change of laws for the safe, responsible, convenient access to marijuana by adults.
The Regional NORML Tallahassee Chapter formed in 2016 as the voice for marijuana reform efforts in North Florida.
NORML Tallahassee is a 501(c)(4), civil rights, member driven nonprofit corporation. We are a Third-Party Voter Registration Organization. The organization registers and educates voters at all public events.
Are you interested in an internship, volunteering, or starting an On Campus NORML Tallahassee Chapter? Or do you need to fulfill community service hours? Contact NORML Tallahassee Executive Director Melissa@NORMLTallahassee.org for details.
Smoke the Vote is the official voting guide to legalize marijuana in your state.
NORML and NORML Chapters maintain the state-by-state voting guide for upcoming elections. Incumbents and candidates are graded on an A through F scale based on voting history, interviews, media, bill sponsorships, etc.
Keep up to date on the candidates with the latest inputs from NORML Chapters.
Voting statistics show democrats, independents, and pro-marijuana republicans overwhelmingly vote in favor of marijuana legalization and cannabis reform, in Congress, in State legislatures, and in County and City governments.
In the latest October 2022 poll: 68% of Americans support marijuana legalization, including 76% of Democrats, 73% of Independents, and 52% of Republicans.
Congress voted on the MORE Act in the U.S. House of Representatives on April 1, 2022. Passage by 220 yeas to 204 nays.
217 Democrats and 3 Republicans voted FOR the bill.
2 Democrats and 204 Republicans voted AGAINST the bill.
All Florida and Texas Democrats voted for the MORE Act (except Cuellar (TX). All Florida and Texas Republicans voted against the MORE Act (except two Mast (FL) and Gaetz (FL).
The 116th Congress voted in favor of the MORE Act (H.R. 3884) on December 4, 2020. Passage by 228 yeas and 164 nays.
222 Democrats, 5 Republicans, and 1 Independent voted FOR the bill.
6 Democrats and 158 Republicans voted AGAINST the bill.
All Florida and Texas Democrats voted for the MORE Act (except Cuellar (TX). All Florida and Texas Republicans voted against the MORE Act (except two Mast (FL) and Gaetz (FL)).