The seventh episode of Texas Cannabis Report podcast is now available on YouTube and features marijuana news out of Houston, including an activist who says she was profiled and arrested, pro-marijuana reform candidates in Texas such as Kevin Ludlow and Kerry McKennon, as well as an interview with John Tunmire,

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 hosted an event on Thursday which featured speakers and a panel discussion from several political backgrounds, which was all broadcast on public access television. The groups involved included Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), Houston Young Republicans (HYR), Harris County Young Democrats (HCYD), and the Harris County Libertarian Party (HCLP).

Reports are confirming that actor Robin Williams has died at the age of 63. Williams was a proponent of marijuana legalization and made references to it during his stand-up.

A marijuana seed company based in Canada has launched a commercial promoting its product, while at the same time taking a hard dig at the alcohol industry.

For many military veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, their only relief comes from a drug which is illegal in Texas, marijuana. William Martin, director of the Drug Policy Program at the Baker Institute, explores whether or not cannabis can help veterans with PTSD and if the non-toxic plant should be

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

Over 2,000 people marched on the courthouse in Fort Worth and many toked it up openly in front of the police. Not a single arrest was made. Now watch the passionate speech which set all of this in motion.

DFW NORML was interviewed today by Nightcap News CW33 in front of their newly erected billboard on I-20 about marijuana legalization in Texas and the upcoming march on May 3.

News 4 of San Antonio had a Town Hall meeting at the Texas A&M campus yesterday to hold a discussion on marijuana legalization in Texas. Hundreds turned out and people had to be seated in overflow rooms. The overall general consensus? Overwhelming support for cannabis legalization. A number of experts

David Sloane, a Dallas/Fort Worth based attorney and the Public Information Officer for DFW NORML, recently interviewed with Fox 4 News out of the DFW area about the coming legalization of marijuana in Texas. He defended legalization and said many Texans are looking at Washington and Colorado, wondering to themselves

This is the story of a public school art teacher who was torn away from his life’s work due to a marijuana arrest, in which almost two years later the charges were dropped. Stories like this are the reason we must change our drug laws and the way our police

LEAP co-founder, Peter Christ, appears on WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, NY and takes on all aspects of our disastrous War on Drugs. Captain Christ is vice-chair of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.

Larry Talley, Strategist for DFW NORML and speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition is interviewed about US drug interdiction failures on the Russ Belville Show during the 2013 Halloween episode.