Seven doctors have registered for the Texas Compassionate Use Program (TCUP), which legalizes CBD oil extracted from low-THC marijuana plants.
El Paso city council member Henry Rivera has come out against a recently approved program which would spare first time marijuana offenders from jail and a criminal record.
A live panel discussion concerning marijuana will be aired over the radio this week and will feature a district attorney, veteran, activist, and the mother of a child who could benefit from medical cannabis in Texas.
Texas Marijuana Policy Advocacy Workshops — January 2018 Veterans from around Texas held a press conference in Dallas today where they unveiled a mobile billboard which questions why U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions has used his power in congress to block a number of measures which would help veterans gain access
DALLAS, Texas — Military veterans and medical marijuana advocates will host a press conference on Friday in support of a recently launched mobile billboard and bring attention to federal legislation that could help veterans gain access to medical marijuana. The event, which is taking place in Anderson Bonner Park in Dallas
A committee in the Texas House of Representatives has been directed to study marijuana policy in the state.
A second company has been granted a license to grow, process, and sell low-THC oil under the Texas Compassionate Use Program, and four physicians have registered with the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas.
A conference call later this month to discuss marijuana issues which impact seniors in Texas will be held by the Texas NORML Senior Alliance.
A program to spare first time marijuana offenders from jail and a criminal record has been given the green light in El Paso.
Dallas City Councilman Philip Kingston spoke at a rally this past weekend where he urged everyone to take action to help advance marijuana policy in Dallas which would help keep people out of jail.
A Dallas police officer went to work Saturday morning, and later in the day spoke in support of legalizing marijuana at a downtown rally.