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.

Emily and her family recently took a trip from San Antonio to Colorado for the first time in search of some much needed pain relief.

Alexis Bortell, a 9-year-old girl from Texas, has had to move to Colorado in order to seek treatment for her seizures through medical marijuana. She had been on her new medicine for 33 days without experiencing any seizure symptoms. The streak ended after a minor three minute seizure the other

Medical marijuana may very well be coming to Texas this year due to the efforts of a coalition of groups. There’s a lot of questions surrounding what the medical cannabis program being pushed will allow, and what won’t be allowed. Texas Cannabis Report sat down with Heather Fazio who is

DFW NORML Executive Director Shaun McAlister is interviewed by Texas Cannabis Report Editor in Chief Stephen Carter right after the Dallas Marijuana March at Dallas City Hall. Around 2,000 people turned out to march through the streets of Dallas in support of reforming marijuana laws in Texas. Listen to the

Meet Loretta Labrada, the Director of Finance for one of the largest and most active marijuana reform organizations in the country. It also happens to be located in Texas. “If you had told me ten years ago that today I would be a member of the board of directors of

Texas Cannabis Report correspondent Allison Nash recently spoke with Kory Watkins about medical marijuana patients losing their Second Amendment rights due to federal cannabis restrictions. Watkins in the director of Open Carry Tarrant County, a group which carries rifles and black power pistols openly in public to bring awareness to

Houston NORML has been around for nearly a quarter of a century, far longer than most other marijuana reform organizations. Located in the fourth largest U.S. city of over 2.1 million people, the potential for this non-profit group to play a lead role in helping to change marijuana laws in

Running for the open Texas Senate seat District 28, Libertarian Party candidate Kerry McKennon successfully made the ballot this past week for the September 9 special election which encompasses much of northwest Texas. The Petersburg native has already received coverage from My Fox Lubbock about his campaign. Texas Cannabis Report

Texas music legend Willie Nelson recently sat down with AARP for an interview to talk about life, family, touring, and a number of other things. He also briefly discussed marijuana.

Meet Colt DeMorris, an average guy from El Paso who stepped up to be a leader in his community. Born and raised in the west Texas border town, having attending Catholic school there, Colt has called it home his entire life of 29 years. It’s also where he met his

To be a church-going Christian, single mother who fiercely promotes marijuana legalization in Texas, that can be a tall order. Meet Callie Dee, a 32-year-old woman from Fort Worth, Texas who has a lot going on for her. An office manager, local music promoter and talent buyer, radio talk show

DFW NORML caught up with Vincent Lopez, winner of the Renee Wolf Memorial Award at NORML Conference 2012 for an interview about what this award means to him and his advice for other patients living in fear of America’s unjust marijuana laws. Vincent is the publisher of the Austin 420