There were so many cannabis related activities going on around Texas this weekend and their success added to the mountain of reasons why marijuana will soon be legal in The Lone Star State.
From a congress who barely breaks a single digit approval rating, a bill has been passed with the help of most Texas representatives, which gives congress the power to sue the president for not enforcing federal marijuana laws, even as a solid majority of Americans want to see the plant
Conservatives participating in a poll at the 2014 CPAC conference showed that conservatives are very much coming around to the idea of cannabis legalization.
A constant recurring question asked is, “when will Texas legalize marijuana?” It’s the number one search engine query for Texas Cannabis Report, and many wonder not just when it will happen, but if it will happen this year. Very few ask now IF it will happen. It is only a
Historically, only 6-8% of voters participate in the Texas primary elections. The primary elections determine who will represent the Democratic and Republican parties when they face off in the November 4 general elections. By voting in the primaries, you have enormous influence over who will be chosen to represent your
Marijuana legalization enjoys wide ranging support in Texas, even in the Republican Party. Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition seeks to change their fellow party member’s minds when it comes to cannabis laws. Founded by Ann Lee, the non-profit group seeks to reform marijuana laws by working within the GOP to educate
Texas musician, writer, raconteur and occasional politician Kinky Friedman discussed his candidacy for Texas agriculture commissioner with about 90 attendees Tuesday night at Johnson County Democratic Headquarters in Cleburne. “If I can win the [Democratic] primary I figure I can win the general election because of independent support,” Friedman said.
Mark Davis recently wrote a piece for The Dallas Morning News saying that while he agrees with libertarians on many things, they lose him on weed. Davis essentially says that the notion of legalizing marijuana is a bad thing, challenging its advocates to name one societal benefit from its legalization,
It’s not every day you find a person running for office who commits political suicide when pressed for an answer about their stance on an issue. Meet 53-year-old Chris Mapp, a south Texas boat salesman from Port O’Connor who is running against current U.S. Senator John Cornyn for the GOP
It was not long after Gov. Rick Perry’s remarks that states should enact their own marijuana laws that social media sites began wondering if the theory of relativity was a sham or whether Pink Floyd’s estranged founder would finally rejoin the band. “Don’t be surprised when gravity partially reverses itself
Governor Rick Perry supports treatment instead of incarceration of marijuana users. Gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis supports medical marijuana. Senator John Whitmire thinks you should only get a ticket instead of being taken to jail for small amounts of marijuana. Agricultural Commissioner candidate Kinky Friedman thinks farmers should be able to
Rep. Beto O’Rourke ran for Congress as a pro-pot legalization candidate, but even though he has focused on other hometown issues like immigration and veterans affairs since entering office, the Texas Democrat tells HuffPost he isn’t forgetting about drug policy reform. “I will be getting more involved … but I
More than a dozen members of Congress called on President Barack Obama on Wednesday to remove marijuana from the federal government’s list of hard drugs, seizing upon his own comments in a recent interview that pot is no more dangerous than alcohol. “We were encouraged by your recent comments,” the