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Grassroots Party (Wikipedia)

The Grassroots Party was a political third party in the United States established in 1986 to oppose drug prohibition. The party shared many of the progressive values of the Farmer-Labor Party but with an emphasis on cannabis/hemp legalization issues, and the organization traced their roots to the Youth International Party of the 1960s.

Grassroots Party
AbbreviationGRP
Founded1986 (1986)
Dissolved2012
Preceded byYouth International Party
Succeeded byLegal Marijuana Now Party
NewspaperThe Canvas
IdeologyMarijuana legalization
Colors  Green
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The Grassroots Party was active in the U.S. states of Iowa, Minnesota, and Vermont. The party was most successful in Vermont, where they achieved major party qualification in 1996, a status which they retained for six years, until 2002.

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