Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter is a 30 year old journalist and information technology specialist living in Waco, Texas and serves as Deputy Director for NORML of Waco. He has been working with the cannabis movement since 2009. He founded Texas Cannabis Report in 2013 to bring Texans accurate cannabis related news.

DFW NORML returns to the Curtain Club in Dallas for their June meeting! It will be held Saturday, June 29.

Judge Jim Gray, a retired California Superior Court judge, was recently in Texas to speak on the topic of drug prohibition at the Texas Regional NORML Conference. Bringing to bear his vast experience on the subject, he delved into the topic and hit on many points which concern people. Asked

Appearing at the Texas Regional NORML Conference, 420Radio.org host Russ Belville gave a presentation on debating effectively for marijuana reform. “Our opposition is not stupid, so they are reshaping their arguments, they want to present us as extreme. They say jailing people is too harsh, but legalization is too extreme,

By: Stephen Carter An activist group in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area brought to fruition a major conference this past weekend, touching on a topic which is in dire need of discussion in the Lone Star State, cannabis and all of the political, social and economic issues which surround it. More

While waiting at the Texas Regional NORML Conference to grab an interview with Judge Jim Gray I found myself talking to a journalist from the local CBS outlet.

A local group based out of Waco is attempting to make a comeback after being relatively inactive for a year and a half. NORML of Waco Inc., a sub-chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, is a local non-profit organization founded in 2009 dedicated to changing

Irving police have arrested four people for having more than 1,600 pounds of marijuana. Officials value it at about $1.6 million.

Harlingen police have seized five tons of cannabis valued at about $7.5 million.

In what was perhaps the largest legalize marijuana demonstration in Fort Worth, more than 200 activists marched through downtown Saturday with the noticeable aroma of cannabis lingering behind as they passed. Read more: http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/05/16/4826012/advocates-of-legalized-marijuana.html

For highway patrol officers, there’s no such thing as a routine traffic stop. That adage was again proven true when a Texas Highway Patrol trooper pulled over a gas tanker to perform a routine visual inspection and discovered the tanker was carrying 3.9 tons of marijuana. It’s unclear how the