Update 5/11/17: This bill was not scheduled for a vote by the Texas House and is now dead. Click here to find out how this bill ended up. Original Story: A bill to allow patients access to whole plant medical marijuana has passed out of committee. This comes after a
Episode 2: Lone Star Leaf presents an explanation of the differences between often-confused Decriminalization and Cite & Release / Summons for marijuana possession in Texas. Filmed as part of a YouTube documentary series designed to educate and empower Texans to end cannabis prohibition in our state.
Nearly half of the Texas House of Representative’s 150 legislators have signed on to a whole plant medical marijuana bill after a marathon hearing Tuesday night.
Patients and caregivers in Texas had to wait until the late hours of the night for a bill to be heard which would allow them to tell jurors that they are consuming or administering marijuana in a medicinal capacity.
Lone Star Leaf presents a brief history of Cannabis prohibition with Jax Finkel, Executive Director of Texas NORML beginning in 1913 and ending with 2017. Filmed as part of a YouTube documentary series designed to educate and empower Texans to end cannabis prohibition in our state.
AUSTIN, Texas — A group of patients, caregivers, and medical professionals gathered at the Texas State Capitol on Tuesday to urge lawmakers to allow hearings on critical medical marijuana legislation. The group called on House Public Health Committee Chairman Four Price and Senate Health and Human Services Committee Chairman Charles
A bill which would give Texas patients a medical defense in court for marijuana possession has been scheduled for a hearing.
A bill to make possession of an ounce or less of marijuana in Texas a civil fine of $250 has been amended to include a three strikes rule. It may also be several weeks before the bill is considered for scheduling to the full Texas House of Representatives.
The Dallas City Council has voted to institute a cite and release measure which would see those with four ounces or less no longer arrested. Instead they will receive a court summons.