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Cannabis Association for Legalizing Marijuana (CALM)[?]


The goal of CALM is to ensure the legalization of cannabis as both a recreational and medicinal drug throughout Terra. Membership in CALM implies the desire to legalize or maintain the legalization of cannabis and hemp in the given member's country. All people should have the freedom to use these substances and the government has no right to tell people what they can and can't put into their bodies. All may join.

Global Fund to support Legalization:
10,000,000 SEK


This organization was founded by the Cosmopolitan Party in January 4212.

Member List[?]

There are three levels of membership:

This organization has 11 member parties.

Active Members

  Jiyū Party of Sekowo (自由党)Leadership
 Doglovan Progressive PartyCandidate
  Secularist, Socialist Party of BaltusiaCandidate

Inactive Members

 Cosmopolitan PartyLeadership
 Deltárská Strana Zelených 🌻 (DSZ)Candidate
 Front Gauche (FG)Candidate
 Partido RadicalCandidate
 Social Democrat PartyCandidate
 Socialist PartyCandidate
 United Democratic LeftCandidate
 Wrnukaék Grná Prta (WGP) 🌼Candidate

National Distribution

Membership of this organization is divided over the following nations:

Republic of Vorona2
République d'Aldurie1
Veľká Republika Deltárska (Grand Republic of Deltaria)1
Republic of Dolgava1
República de Egelion1
Free State of Malivia1
セコウォの帝国 (Empire of Sekowo)1
Esinsundu Empire, Talmoria1
Wrnukaék Rekvakns (Vanuku)1

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Random quote: "A son can bear with equanimity the loss of his father, but the loss of his inheritance may drive him to despair." - Niccolo Machiavelli

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