Veterans from around Texas arrived at the capitol in Austin today to lobby state lawmakers for medical marijuana and hold a press conference afterwards.

Three police officers with over 100 years combined experience in law enforcement are asking President Trump to help save the lives of our youth.

A teenager suspected of smoking marijuana outside of a movie theater was told he could either do pushups or go to jail by an off-duty officer working security.

With the latest filing of a medical cannabis bill with the state senate, News Channel 25 out of Waco spoke with Clif Deuvall, Executive Director for NORML of Waco, and a veteran of the United States Air Force.

DFW NORML will be live streaming their March meeting as they discuss Cite and Release policy for marijuana in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

NORML of Waco hosted a musical duo of lawyers and saw a presentation on legislative efforts at their September meeting.

DFW NORML will be live streaming their August meeting today. You can watch that feed here. From the group’s Facebook event page, “Join DFW NORML and friends Saturday August 29th at Sundown at Granada in Dallas for our August meeting! This is our first time meeting at Sundown and we

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.

Moments of tears, pleading, desperation, and stories of perseverance marked six hours of testimony in support of medical marijuana in Texas. Over 70 came forward to testify, and no one spoke in opposition. Those testimonies at the Texas House Public Health Committee hearing in April were each on record, recorded

The Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws will be live streaming their monthly meeting for the first time today. For those who can’t make it to the meeting and are interested in getting caught up on where marijuana policy currently stands in Texas,

A provocative television ad in support of legislation to reduce penalties for simple marijuana possession in Texas began airing Tuesday in the state’s four largest media markets. The ad is scheduled to air on CNN, ESPN, and Fox News Channel across Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin through Thursday

Around 6,000 Texans rallied throughout the state this past weekend to protest marijuana laws. Five cities participated in the Global Marijuana March, including Fort Worth, Houston, El Paso, Corpus Christi, and San Antonio. These marches are held the first Saturday in May each year around the world, and for many

Texas NORML will be holding a rally at the state capitol on Saturday May 9 to raise awareness about the need to change marijuana laws in Texas.

Press Release: They toke. They smoke. They joke. They’re “Four Twentysomethings.” Hardworking slackers Robert Kaval, Steven Hugh Nelson, and Steve Scapardine premiere their original series on YouTube on Monday, April 20 at 4:20 a.m. CT. Please, don’t call it a web series – it sounds more professional this way.