Our Work

In Congress

MPP is leading the effort in Washington, D.C. to pass federal medical marijuana legislation, as well as to replace marijuana prohibition with a system of sensible regulation and control. For more information on our past and present work, visit our Federal Policy page and take action to support our work.

In Your State

MPP also works for sensible marijuana policies at the state level, and our grassroots and lobbying campaigns have changed several laws. MPP provided the bulk of the funding, staff, and expertise to the 2012 Colorado initiative to legalize and regulate marijuana for adults 21 and older. Along with our allies, we aim to pass at least 10 more laws to regulate marijuana like alcohol by 2017. Legislatively, MPP and our allies will focus on Hawaii, Maryland, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. On the voter initiatives front, we plan to provide substantial funding and support for ballot questions in Alaska (2014), Arizona (2016), California (2016), Maine (probably 2016), and Nevada (2016). MPP is also lobbying for medical marijuana-related bills in state legislatures in Minnesota and West Virginia and building support for decriminalization in Illinois.

In addition, MPP monitors and analyzes all marijuana-related bills in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Use the pull-down menu on the right to choose your state, to learn about current marijuana-related legislation in your state, or to contact your state legislators. Also, we invite you to review MPP's state-by-state guide to medical marijuana laws and MPP's model state legislation.





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Marijuana Policy Project
P.O. Box 77492
Capitol Hill
Washington, D.C. 20013

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