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Tom McCain pictured in his favorite black fedora with gold leaf pin, Peachtree NORML Executive Director and cannabis activist, died today, June 23, 2022.

Tragic Loss: Tom McCain, Peachtree NORML activist

With deepest sadness, we announce the passing of Tom McCain, Peachtree NORML’s executive director emeritus and long-time board member. Tom suffered a heart attack on June 12th. He did not regain consciousness and passed peacefully on June 23rd, 2022 Read more

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Georgia Civil Rights Attorney: What to say if you get pulled over.

At our first public meeting of 2022, Peachtree NORML brought you the voice and insights of J. “Alex” Johnson, an experienced attorney who fights for civil rights in Georgia. Find the video of that meeting below.

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Gwinnett Punts on Cannabis Reform (for now?)

Yesterday, Gwinnett County Commission struck a proposed harm reduction ordinance from its agenda. The crucial legal change would have replaced arrest for <1oz of cannabis with a fine and community service, with no lifetime criminal record. But the measure is now effectively dead, with no recourse for the public. Read more
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Gwinnett County: Contact Your Commissioners NOW!

The Gwinnett County Commission could vote TUESDAY 12/7 to decriminalize possession of <1 oz of cannabis.

So, let them hear you.

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Please continue to share the evidence and your opinion with these Commissioners. These five individuals Read more

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Tom McCain seated in home office during on-camera interview.

Georgia State Students Make Anti-Prohibition Film

80 years of prohibition has had a far higher toll than cannabis use ever could. It’s time for the Georgia legislature to stop denying the will of the people.

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Cannabis leaves and handcuffs

Gwinnett DELAYS Vote to Reduce Harm of Cannabis Arrests

Gwinnett Commissioners failed to enact basic reforms on cannabis use. Constituents are encouraged to contact their commissioners to press for change. Read more
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