Student members of WWU-NORML, William Woods University’s chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, recently elected three new officers.
They are: Dan Binning, St. Charles, Mo., director; Natalie Blatnick, Wisconsin Dells, Wis., treasurer; and Nicole Roemer, Lake Forest, Ill., secretary.
“I want you all to know that I will continue to work to further the goals of our organization,” Binning told members.
“As many of you know, Senator Chuck Gross (R-St. Charles) has introduced legislation in the state senate designed at punishing Colombia voters for passing sensible marijuana policies in their municipality. I am in the process of planning a trip to Jefferson City so that we can visit our senators and tell them, in person, what we think of such a ‘low-blow.'”
WWU-NORML is in its second year as a recognized student organization at WWU. The chapter’s faculty advisor is Cynthia Kramer, associate professor of political science.