Men have traditionally lead most social movements, but when it comes to prohibition, women cleared mountains previously thought impassable.
Many people in Texas who consume marijuana will still be criminals long after the plant is both decriminalized and legalized.
Changes are in store for Harris County since Democrat Kim Ogg beat incumbent Republican Devon Anderson for the position of District Attorney in the November election. Not only has the new DA implemented a personnel turnover among the ranks of prosecuting attorneys, but she’s also held true to a campaign
No, marijuana hasn’t been legalized in Texas. There is a medical marijuana program but if you are reading this you probably don’t qualify. It also hasn’t been decriminalized, despite everything you see floating around Facebook these days.
Imagine a scene where you are walking down the street with a gram of marijuana in your pocket. Maybe you are going to work, a friend’s house, or perhaps just taking a walk downtown. A police officer stops you, frisks you, and starts going through your pockets. Unfortunately, the Supreme
When President Obama nominated Merrick Garland to fill the vacancy on the nation’s highest court, I was excited to see cannabis news outlets gushing over Garland’s position on cannabis law.
Either Texas legislators don’t know what laws they’re passing, or they’re outright trying to manipulate people.
Twenty-four hours after the walls of the Ft. Worth Convention Center were filled to the brim with Trump supporters screaming “Make America great again!” over 40 speakers, 60 booths, and 6,400 people gathered to learn about one of the fastest growing industries in America, cannabis. The Southwest Cannabis Conference and
By: Marshall Williams I spent this last weekend at the Southwest Cannabis Conference in Ft. Worth, Texas. Throughout the weekend I had the opportunity to meet a lot of movers, makers, dreamers and innovators that make up the ever-growing American cannabis industry. Along with all the vendors and product demonstrations,
Many times, veterans do not have the same luxuries as others in choosing their medication, as they risk losing one if they take another.
A Spring woman says she was sexually assaulted by Harris County Sheriff’s Office Deputies in a gas station parking lot earlier this summer. The woman says deputies sexually assaulted her because they claimed to smell marijuana.
Life in prison. Without possibility of parole. For a nonviolent marijuana offense. Let the reality of that sink in for a minute. No, this isn’t happening in some backwards, third world country. It is happening right here in the United States of America. Some marijuana lifers have been warehoused away