NORML says this as of March 19, 2021: https://norml.org/marijuana/fact-sheets/core-attributes-of-adult-access-regulations/
“NORML supports regulatory controls that seek to limit youth exposure to adult-use cannabis-related advertising and marketing as well as efforts to not incentivize advertising cannabis products through the tax code.”
“Efforts” links back here. I’ll work to restore some language.
Here’s an earlier statement that I can’t seem to paste, and can furnish only as a downloadable statement. It points out that advertising is a red flag for prohibitionists, and that maintaining non-deductibility of advertising costs can work against “well funded corporate controlled marijuana companies, which can afford extensive advertising.” It was taken down because it was topical — “because the 280E bill is not currently pending.” https://twitter.com/search?q=%40norml%20%40oglesbypat%20280E&src=recent_search_click
The webpage also lost a link to this article showing some of the upside of 280E. https://www.brookings.edu/blog/fixgov/2015/12/18/how-bob-dole-got-america-addicted-to-marijuana-taxes/#disqus_thread