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
Texas state Rep. Myra Crownover has announced that she will not seek reelection in 2016.
Sheriff Will Travis of Denton County debated two representatives of marijuana policy organizations earlier this week, resulting in crushing defeat.
Former Texas governor Rick Perry has received a stronger grade for his stance on marijuana law reform than most of the other presidential candidates, including Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Marijuana users are frequently given the advice to never chat or “cooperate” with law enforcement, and there’s no better example of why not than Crystal Munoz, currently in her 7th year of incarceration on a 19 year, 10 month sentence.
NORML of Waco has helped raise over $5,000 for a local cancer patient.
What does it mean to liberalize the marijuana laws in Texas? When asked if people would be interested in doing such a thing, this question could be interpreted in many ways, and could invoke strong feelings in a person if they have an interest in politics.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has settled a case with two defendants in a medical marijuana stock manipulation scheme.
A recently discovered marijuana growing operation in Erath County has officials wondering if any arrests will be made.
Sandra Bland, a political activist who is the subject of national attention after being arrested during a traffic stop in Texas and found dead in her jail cell three days later, is now said to have had a “high amount of marijuana in her system” Reuters reports.
The Waco chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws will be celebrating its 6th Annual Birthday Bash later this month. Unlike previous birthday bashes, this year the group will celebrate while helping a cancer patient raise funds for his medical bills and other expenses.