Around 1,600 people took part in the Global Marijuana March throughout 7 cities, a sharp downturn from 2015.
The Global Marijuana March returns to Fort Worth this month with a lineup of speakers, bands, and a rally at the Tarrant County Courthouse.
For nearly a decade, thousands of Texans have sought to make it clear to state legislators that reforming marijuana laws for the better is inevitable and they have done this by marching on the state capitol building in Austin. With a form of cannabis now legal in Texas and lawmakers
The nation’s fourth largest city, Houston, will be participating in the Global Marijuana March on the first Saturday in May.
Lubbock will be getting its first taste of the Global Marijuana March the first Saturday of May.
For the third time, El Paso will be participating in the Global Marijuana March the first Saturday in May.
Supporters of reforming marijuana laws rallied in Waco on Saturday however they had to cut it short due to threats of arrests.
Volunteers with NORML of Waco recently spent their Saturday picking up trash along the organization’s adopted two mile stretch of highway.