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Liberty and Related. Advocates & Activist Organizations and Links concerning cannabis laws and reform in general. Organizations involved in justice, prison, human rights, political action and the drug war are listed here along with those engaged in ending cannabis prohibition. (OR, LIB, ORGs by NAME}. The contacts listed are a few of the activists and groups dedicated to ending prohibition & the like and welcome inquiries from those with questions or issues. They may be able to assist in legal issues or action items.
Oregon, Cannabis Law Reform
the ORG
Notes
Contact
Category/s
Cannabis Liberation Front (CLF)
click here to see their Website
Also refered to as Cannabis Liberation Society, The CLF is a Eugene area cannabis law reform organization seeking to end prohibition.
Cannabis Liberation Front
Write P.O. Box 10957, Eugene, OR 97440-2957
Phone: 541.517-0957
eMail: canlibsoc@hotmail.com
LOCAL, NATL (OR St., Eug), ORG, LIB (overall Can Law Refm)
Douglas County Voter Power (DCVP)
click here to see their Website
Patient advocacy & support.
Douglas County Voter Power (DCVP)
ROSEBURG, OR area
541.445-2886
LOCAL (OR St., Ros), ORG (non-profit), LIB (Can. Law Refm.)
Hemp Education Network at the U-of-O (HEN)
click here to see their Website
The HENsters are a student-oriented cannabis law reform organization at the University of Oregon. Starting the fall term they will be meeting at the EMU, Umqua River room every Monday at 7pm.
Hemp Education Network at the U-of-O
Eugene
Phone: 541-334-2058
eMail: acoolblue@myway.com

LOCAL (OR St., Ros), ORG (non-profit), LIB (Can. Law Refm.)
Medical Cannabis Resource Center (MERCY)
click here to see their Website
Patient advocacy & support.
the MERCY (Me.R.Ce.) Center
1675 Fairgrounds Rd. - contact them for an appointment
call: 503.363-4588
eMail: MercyCenter@hotmail.com or visit: www.MercyCenters.org
LOCAL & ST (OR St., Sal), ORG (non-profit), MED, Hemp & LIB (Patient Avocacy, Hemp & Cannabis Law Reform in general)
Oregon Cannabis Initiative (OCI)
click here to see their Website
OCI is a full decriminalization (6 plants, 3 dry Oz) that also allows industrial hemp.
Oregon Cannabis Initiative
visit: http://oregonci.org/
LOCAL (OR St., Bend), ORG (non-profit), LIB (Can. Law Refm.)
Southern Oregon Voter Power (SOVP)
click here to see their Website
functions as a Patient advocacy and support organization.
Southern Oregon Voter Power (SOVP)
JACKSONVILLE, OR area
541.890-0100
LOCAL (OR St., Jac), ORG (non-profit), LIB (Can. Law Refm.)
The Hemp & Cannabis Foundation (THCf) *
click here to see their Website
advocates & Activists for reform use and Cannabis Law Reform in general.
The Hemp & Cannabis Foundation
4259 NE Broadway St. (Hollywood dist)
Portland, OR 97213
- call for an appointment: 503.235-4606
or visit: http://www.thc-foundation.org
LOCAL & ST (PDX, OR), ORG (non-profit), MED & LIB (Patient Avocacy & CLR in genl)
Voter Power (VP)
click here to see their Website
advocates & Activists for reform Cannabis and Voter Empowerment in general.
Voter Power
333 SW Park Ave, Suite 305
Portland, OR 97205
- call for current hours: 503.224-3051
or visit: http://www.voterpower.org
LOCAL & ST (PDX, OR), ORG (non-profit), MED & LIB (Patient Avocacy & Voter Reg)
National, Cannabis Law Reform
Mothers Against Misuse and Abuse (MAMA)
click here to see their Website
national Drug Policy Reform and local Patient advocacy.
Mothers Against Misuse and Abuse
2255 State Road, Mosier, OR 97040
phone or fax 541-298-1031
e/m: sandee@mamas.org

Join MAMA today! http://mamas.org

LOCAL, NATL (OR St., Mos), ORG (non-profit), LIB (Can. Law Refm.) and DPR
International, reform
GW Pharmaceuticals Inc.
click here to see their Website
a pharmaceutical company developing a portfolio of prescription medicines derived from cannabis to meet patient needs in a wide range of therapeutic indications.
Porton Down Science Park
Salisbury
Wilts
SP4 0JQ
United Kingdom
Tel: 01980 557000
Fax: 01980 557111
Email: info@gwpharm.com
or visit: http://www.gwpharm.com/,
INTL (UK), ORG (Biz), MED (ed, rsch & sales)
Cannabis Medicine Internationale (IACM)
click here to see their Website
a scientific society advocating the improvement of the legal situation for the use of the hemp plant and its pharmacologically most important active compounds, through promotion of research and dissemination of information.
IACM - Cannabis Medicine Intl
Arnimstrasse 1A
50825 Cologne
Germany
Phone: +49-221-9543 9229
Fax: +49-221-1300591
E-mail: info@cannabis-med.org
or visit: http://www.acmed.org/
INTL (Ger), ORG (non-profit), MED (ed & rsch)

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