DFW NORML will be live streaming their August meeting today. You can watch that feed here. From the group’s Facebook event page, “Join DFW NORML and friends Saturday August 29th at Sundown at Granada in Dallas for our August meeting! This is our first time meeting at Sundown and we
After six months of waiting and push-back from the Texas Department of Transportation, a non-profit marijuana advocacy group in Nacogdoches has officially adopted a highway.
Most cannabis companies and head shop owners agree the best way to win a customer is get them in the store (or on the website) for a firsthand experience and spend their first dollar. Communication is changing today and even though we are more connected as a society, we are
Women Grow is slated to launch a new chapter in Austin next month and is planning a heavy lineup of influential speakers at their inaugural event.
As of September 1, Texas NORML will begin paying their executive director. Traditionally an unpaid position, few board members of any chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws receive compensation for their time.
Tucked away in Plano’s business district is a community theater which offers aspiring local actors and actresses the opportunity to sharpen their skills and put their talents on display. Right now, they’re performing a little musical called Reefer Madness, and it induces nearly non-stop laughter.
Imagine sitting at a stoplight on your way home from work and seeing a military style armored vehicle cross through the intersection. This could soon be a normal sight for residents in Texas and other states across the country.
Zoe Russell of Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition pens an open letter to Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman regarding the recent full body cavity search of a woman over the scent of marijuana.
A Spring woman says she was sexually assaulted by Harris County Sheriff’s Office Deputies in a gas station parking lot earlier this summer. The woman says deputies sexually assaulted her because they claimed to smell marijuana.
Texas Tech wide-receiver Reginald Davis is expected to miss a little playing time this season due to an arrest earlier this year in May for marijuana.
After 4 years of doctors, surgeries, and pain medicine it was time to try something new. We packed up the whole family and drove to Colorado for a 2 week test run to see if cannabis oil could fix my wife’s back pain. To say the results were shocking is
The following is a list of all known cannabis related events happening in Texas for the month of August, 2015. Check back as this list will be updated as more events become available. A full list of events for the year can be found at http://www.txcann.com/events and coverage of various