Houston NORML

The nation’s fourth largest city, Houston, will be participating in the Global Marijuana March on the first Saturday in May.

Hub City NORML

Lubbock will be getting its first taste of the Global Marijuana March the first Saturday of May.

NORML Corpus Christi Global Marijuana March 2016

Corpus Christi will be participating in the Global Marijuana March for the second time on the first Saturday in May.

San Antonio NORML

San Antonio will be participating in the Global Marijuana March, with a rally and party taking place afterwards on the first Saturday in May.

El Paso NORML emblem

For the third time, El Paso will be participating in the Global Marijuana March the first Saturday in May.

Amarillo Cannabis Culture NORML

Amarillo will be participating in the world-wide Global Marijuana March the first Saturday in May.

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The following is a list of all known marijuana related events happening in Texas for the month of May 2016.

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In 2013 a 17-year-old boy was shot dead by an off-duty officer at an apartment complex which stemmed from simple marijuana possession.

Susan Hawk Dallas DA

The Dallas District Attorney isn’t happy that her prosecutors are making deals with marijuana offenders, and it could be because it is cutting into her budget.

Carla Miller stands with her Waco-styled sign.

Supporters of reforming marijuana laws rallied in Waco on Saturday however they had to cut it short due to threats of arrests.

NORML of Waco Adopted Highway

Volunteers with NORML of Waco recently spent their Saturday picking up trash along the organization’s adopted two mile stretch of highway.

A scene from earlier this year in Fort Worth as thousands marched through downtown in support of changing marijuana laws in Texas.

With the cannabis holiday falling during the middle of the week this year, 420 events around Texas are turning into a week-long celebration of sorts.

Cannabis

Chronic marijuana use by teenage boys does not appear to be linked to later physical or mental health issues such as depression, psychotic symptoms or asthma, according to a study published by the American Psychological Association.