May 062014
 May 6, 2014

dfw norml convention erik altieri marijuanaBy Erik Altieri, NORML Communications Director

On Saturday, over two thousand Texans joined DFW NORML in Ft. Worth to rally against the prohibition of marijuana.

The rally was part of an all day event hosted by the Dallas-Fort Worth NORML chapter. The day’s activities kicked off at noon with a festival style atmosphere featuring vendors, speakers, and musical entertainment. At 4:20pm the crowd marched from their location to the Tarrant County Courthouse (pictured above).

Similar rallies were held nationwide, with many being hosted by NORML affiliates, both regionally in locations such as Austin and El Paso and as far away as Newark, Delaware.

You can become part of the grassroots movement that is sweeping the nation. Join your local NORML chapter and get active in reforming marijuana laws in your own state. Click here to find the group nearest to you.

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  2 Responses to “Over 2,000 Texans Protest Unjust Marijuana Laws With DFW NORML”

  1.  

    Do it big Texas. Much love, keep it homegrown.

  2.  

    HOW ABOUT SAN ANTONIO , I HOPE WE CAN HAVE A MARCH HERE SOON , FOR LEGALAZATION FREE TEXAS END PROHIBITION

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