Tarrant County Jail

Police have arrested a man for murder after they found his DNA on a marijuana rolled joint left at a murder scene.

Flower Mound

A panel event entitled “Marijuana: The Meltdown of our Country” hosted earlier this week focused on combating the consumption of cannabis by children.

Harris County Courthouse

Changes are coming in the Houston area where some people who are caught with marijuana will not be put in jail.


A student at Klein Collins High is being punished after she was believed to have showed up to school while high, however a drug test showed that she had no drugs in her system.

A veteran rallying for medical marijuana in Nacogdoches earlier this year.

Veterans are not only becoming the focus of cannabis law reform groups, they are actively involved in leading those organizations, and are a vocal faction of citizen lobbyists.


The Flower Mound Area Republican Club will be hosting an event entitled “Marijuana: The Meltdown of our Country.”

Houston NORML Veterans Conference Flyer

A veterans conference will be held later this month by a non-profit cannabis advocacy organization in Houston.


Statewide elections were held in Texas today, however of the seven issues being voted on, none of them pertain to marijuana.


Sadly, the fight for marijuana reform will go on forever.

J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in Dallas

DALLAS — Local marijuana policy reform activists, including a former Dallas police official, will gather Saturday for an advocacy training event at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in Dallas.


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Gallup Marijuana Poll 2015

A new Gallup poll shows that 58 percent of Americans support legalizing marijuana, and young Americans are leading the way.

School Bus

As states stand on the verge of legalizing both medical and recreational cannabis, fears continue to play out among people concerned that the new policy will lead to increased consumption of marijuana by teens.

Texans filled the streets for the 2015 Dallas Marijuana March.

For the second year in a row, Texans flooded the streets of Dallas to support changing marijuana laws today. However the event struck a very different chord from the previous year.