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Welcome to Kansas NORML



Kansas NORML  is the state’s only official affiliated chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. We work to educate people as a way to move public opinion sufficiently to legalize marijuana for medicinal and therapeutic purposes and to legalize responsible consumer use by adults.

Let’s change Kansas cannabis laws together!

student membership

$25.00 annually

Personal Membership

$30.00 annually

Sustaining membership

$50.00 annually/$4.20 monthly


$120.00 annually/$10.00 monthly


$600.00 annually/$50.00 monthly


$1,200 annually/$100.00 monthly

We provide information, along with action and advocacy items, for citizens interested in repealing the prohibition of marijuana.

Kansas NORML is a statewide, non-profit organization powered by the continued generosity of its members, sponsors and donors. Your donations and memberships support
  • Monthly local chapter meetings
  • Education and outreach events
  • Paid media
  • Professional staff
  • Office space
  • Year-round lobbying of local, state, and federal elected officials
  • “Lobby Day” at the Capitol
  • Local and statewide voter guides
  • Annual “Kansas Cannabis Liberty Festival”
  Kansas NORML does not endorse legal services, or any product or service, nor do we take sides on competing cannabis legislation.

Ready to get more involved?

Our Top Priorities

The race to end marijuana prohibition is on, and we’re hitting the ground running! Supporting KS NORML through a donation or sustained membership is a great first step to take – it’s the fuel we need to do our work. However, if you are ready to take some additional steps, we’ve got some suggestions for you!  

Start a Chapter

Contact us at to find out how to start a Kansas state-affiliated NORML chapter for your region or college.            

Contact Your Legislators

Call or write your local and national legislators to tell them you support the legalization of marijuana for medical and therapeutic use, safe and responsible recreational use of cannabis by adults, taxation of recreational cannabis as a way to raise much-needed state revenue, and the decriminalization of cannabis possession and use.
The evidence is overwhelming that marijuana can relieve certain types of pain, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms caused by such illnesses as multiple sclerosis, cancer and AIDS — or by the harsh drugs sometimes used to treat them. And it can do so with remarkable safety. Indeed, marijuana is less toxic than many of the drugs that physicians prescribe every day.
– Joycelyn Elders / MD, Pediatrician, and Public Health Administrator

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