Since 2000, the University of Missouri National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (MU NORML) has been dedicated to empowering students to become advocates in reforming our nation's drug laws to better reflect health, science, and human rights of the 21st century through educational outreach, public service, and active political action at the local and state level.
The overall purpose of MU-NORML is to organize students through educational events and political action to tax and regulate cannabis like alcohol, provide patients with access to medical cannabis and protecting the physicians who recommend it, and the right of farmers to grow industrial hemp.
Ex: Professor of Health Sciences, Academic Advisor of Journalism, Chef for Dining Services, etc.
Associate Professor of Sociology
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2500 Student Center
Columbia, MO 65211
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We stand to educate the public on marijuana laws and general information. You will gain insight to recent policy changes and meet a great group of advocates in the process.
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