Orange County NORML (OC NORML) is a chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws founded in 2003.
OC NORML holds free public monthly meetings, conducts local lobbying, assist students and journalists in research, and works to educates the public about pending legislation and responsible usage.
Become a Member
We invite and encourage everyone to become a member of OC NORML. Hit the sign-up button below or join us in person at one of our monthly meetings.
Membership is an annual $20 donation that helps to support our organization.
OC NORML is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.
Our monthly chapter meetings have moved online!
We invite and encourage everyone to join us every month online.
Sign up for our monthly news letter and receive the Zoom link.
Next In Person Meetings
General OC NORML Meeting
TBD - Find us online!
Bud & Bloom Event Space
1327 e. Saint Gertrude Pl. Santa Ana, Ca 92705
OC NORML Commercial Cannabis Licensing Task Force
Email about closed meeting info
All meetings free and open to the public, sign up for our email list for bios and more info on our meetings!
Cannakins Consulting is proud to donate our time and resources to support Orange County NORML chapter.
Book a Speaker
OC NORML can provide a speaker to your group to provide an update on laws, cannabis regulations and medical uses at no cost.
In the past, OC NORML has presented to religious organizations, schools, neighborhood associations, government organizations, and social groups.
Licensing Task Force
The OC NORML Industry Group has reorganized to the Licensing Task Force. This group meets after the General OC NORML meeting and is focused on working with elected City officials to increase the number of commercial cannabis licenses in Southern California.
News from CA NORML
October 14, 2019 - Governor Newsom has signed SB 34 (Wiener), to exempt compassion programs that give away cannabis to needy patients from taxation. He also signed into law SB 223 (Hill) to allow parents to bring cannabis medicines to their children at school (if...