Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter is a journalist and information technology specialist living in Waco, Texas. He has been working with the cannabis movement since 2009. He founded Texas Cannabis Report in 2013 to bring Texans accurate cannabis related news.

A Dallas County Commissioner has stated that issuing a summons for those found with four ounces or less of marijuana is “dead on arrival.”

District Attorney Nico LaHood announced this week that Bexar County, which includes San Antonio, will institute a cite and release program in the near future for marijuana and other misdemeanor offenses.

Big Spring Police Department has opened up an investigation after video appeared online of one of its officers dragging a woman around his vehicle during an arrest for an outstanding marijuana warrant.

While the debate to legalize marijuana rages, the subject of drug testing for intoxication while off the clock isn’t getting much play. Until this issue gets its day in the sun, people will continue to devise ways of cheating drug tests, generally for obtaining employment. Many do not realize that

Dale Mantey is a Democrat running for U.S. Congressional District 17.

A candidate for United States Congress in central Texas isn’t shying away from the issue of changing marijuana laws. Dale Mantey, who seeks to unseat incumbent Rep. Bill Flores in District 17, has made some of the boldest statements yet regarding the nation’s marijuana policies.

This is a bag of Cheetos that Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) gave to NORML members at a national NORML conference in Washington, D.C. It contains a sticker which has five talking points for keeping marijuana illegal. When these points are examined, they are either easily disproved or are gross

Those in the Dallas/Fort Worth area have another chance to spend some quality time in the sun and water before the summer officially ends this weekend by heading out to Grand Prairie for DFW NORML’s fifth annual Lake and Bake.

As Hurricane Harvey barreled towards the Texas coast, preparing and securing the area as well as themselves was on the minds of many Texans along the coast for when the storm made landfall. One man says that police in his area had other priorities however after he was arrested for

The following is a list of all known marijuana and hemp related events happening in Texas for the month of September 2017.

Licensing will allow production to begin, but few patients can qualify for program and less than 1% of physicians in state can register to prescribe medical marijuana to their patients   AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Department of Public Safety granted one of three planned licenses to a medical marijuana producer

Dallas Police Officer and 35 Year Law Enforcement Veteran Nick Novello

As a society, we generally don’t care to hear the truth from police officers on a range of issues, and it’s to our own detriment.

A Dallas police officer is under investigation for his stance on changing marijuana laws in Texas. He also claims he is being investigated because he has exposed his department for being so understaffed that they cannot answer calls in a timely manner.

U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke, Democrat - El Paso

United States Congressional Representative Beto O’Rourke of Texas has introduced an amendment in the House of Representatives to effectively end the automatic suspension of drivers licenses for those who have been convicted of marijuana possession.

The Food and Drug Administration has released a notice in which they acknowledge that Cannabidiol (CBD), an active component of the cannabis plant, otherwise known as marijuana, has been shown to be beneficial in a number of ways.