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  1. #111

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    Join the Madison NORML/Great Midwest Marijuana Harvest Festival Street Team.

    E-mail madison@winorml.org with subject: Street Team.

    We're looking for some folks who can help bring an even bigger crowd to the festival and march to the Capitol in October 2011. We're getting started early this year.

  2. #112

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    Global Cannabis March Madison, WI May 7, 2011

    Gather from 10a-12p with signs on the State St. steps of the Capitol and march shortly after noon or as the Farmer's Market winds down.

    We will march to the Mifflin St. party and a post-march destination TBD.

    Facebook Event:

    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=190368920990892
    Last edited by WisconsinNORML; 01-30-2011 at 06:32 PM.

  3. #113

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    http://www.northernwinorml.org/wordp...ijuana-reform/

    NORML Valentine’s Day Card asks legislators to find it in their hearts to support marijuana reform. Send one to your Representative today!

  4. #114

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    To all:

    Madison NORML is very low on funds. Our store is costing more money than we bring in. Please help by buying a shirt or a wristband or a membership and keep Madison NORML able to promote cannabis law reform

    http://madsterdam.org

  5. #115

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    Lobby for Workers at the Capitol
    February 15, 2011 - February 16, 2011
    Join SEIU and community partners for a rally and lobby day at the state capitol on Tuesday, Feb. 15th and Wednesday, Feb. 16th. We will be lobbying against the budget proposal that would eliminate collective bargaining rights for state employees. You can join us for one or both days.


    Catch a FREE bus from your community to the capitol:
    Appleton: Outagamie County/Appleton park and ride, US 41/exit 144 on Ballard Road in Appleton 6:30am
    Beaver Dam: ShopKo parking lot off Hwy 151, 822 Park Ave 8am

    Black River Falls: Best Western Parking Lot - Orange Moose (I-94 and Hwy 54) 6:15am

    De Pere: Park and ride on US 41/exit 163 on Main Street 6am

    Eau Claire: Eau Claire Labor Temple, 2233 Birch Street 6:15am

    Fond du Lac: FDL park and ride, WI23 and County Hwy W in Mount Calvary 7:35am

    LaCrosse: LaCrosse Mail, 1501 St. Andrew St. 6:15am (Tuesday only)

    Manitowoc: Manitowoc park and ride, I43/exit 149, US 151 5:45am

    Milwaukee: AFSCME DC 48, 3427 W St. Paul Ave. 7:45am

    Oshkosh: Winnebago County/Oshkosh park and ride, US 41/exit 116 on S Washburn St 7:15am

    Plover: Shooters Super Club, I39 and Hwy 54 7:15am

    Portage: Best Western, 2701 County Rd CX 8:30am

    Racine: Highway 11 Park and Ride 7am

    Sheboygan: Sheboygan park and ride, I43/exit 123 WI 28 6:30am

    Tomah: Culvers, 147 Wittig Rd 6:15am

    Waukesha: Goerke's Corners Park and Ride 8:15am

    Wausau: Wausau Labor Temple, 318 S 3rd Ave 6:15am


    Madison folks: Meet us at the Madison Masonic Center, 301 Wisconsin Ave at 10am.

    Can't make it to the daytime events? Take part in a vigil either evening on the Capitol Square from 3pm to 7pm.

    On Tuesday and Wednesday, the Wisconsin Legislature will be voting on this bill. Our jobs, our benefits and our rights are at stake and we need to tell the legislature that enough is enough - we will not stand by and watch our rights be stripped away.

    To reserve your seat on a bus, contact Laura Kendellen at 414-727-6364 x10.

    Free food will be provided at the Madison Masonic Temple, 301 Wisconsin Ave.


    Itinerary for both days:

    10am Legislative briefing

    11am Lobby visits

    noon Rally on Capitol Square

    1pm Lobby visits

    5pm Head home

  6. #116

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    We're meeting outside the Starbucks Tuesday and Wednesda at 11:30a on MLK that's the road where Monona Terrace is. From Monona Terrace, walk towards the Capitol.

  7. #117

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    Southeastern/Milwaukee NORML
    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=188045377882849
    Tuesday, February 15 · 6:30pm - 8:30pm

    Brewing Grounds for Change
    2008 North Farwell Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI

    This is the 4th meeting of Southeastern Wisconsin's emerging cannabis reform leader. Join us at the next meeting as we announce the progress we have made and the steps we are working on to reform cannabis in Wisconsin. Contact your State Representatives and ask their opinion of cannabis at http://capwiz.com/norml2/home

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    Northern Wisconsin NORML

    Tue, February 22, 6:30pm – 7:30pm

    Berlin Public library, 2nd floor, Kay Swan room Please feel free to contact Jay (Executive Director) at 920-410-2920 or Jessie (Secretary) at 920-748-2923 for more information. For the safety of our participants and our meeting facility, we request that you do not bring any illegal possessions or contraband of any type to meetings and events.

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    Madison NORML
    February 28th 7pm
    Wil-Mar Center
    953 Jenifer St.
    Madison, WI
    madison@winorml.org
    Madison NORML meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month excluding major holidays. Committees meet more often.
    Last edited by WisconsinNORML; 02-14-2011 at 11:54 PM.

  8. #118

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    Meeting again on Wednesday at 11:30am at Starbucks on the Square. It's by Martin Luther King jr. drive.

    Come out and offer that marijuana legalization is a far better idea than union busting.

  9. #119

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    As the budget repair bill is causing such a big controversy, maybe it would be worth it to organize a march to the Capitol with signs of our solution and support for the employees of Wisconsin.

    Signs could be in solidarity or such as "a better solution is an end to cannabis prohibition" "Hemp = Jobs" "Save the budget - Legalize marijuana" or of course others.

    With fair participation, it might be a good way to get some positive media attention.

    Do you think this is a viable option?

  10. #120

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    Hello,

    We have obtained a copy of the Isthmus article from 1995 with the article regarding Stephen Fitzgerald's involvement with covering up a murder of an innocent man over 2-3g of cannabis.

    However, we need it transcribed.

    I have scanned it into .pdf format. Can anyone transcribe the article? Or take a chunk of it?

    Please let me know and I will send you the document.

    Thanks in advance

 

 

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