Marijuana march in Dallas slated for October 2014
After over 2,000 people marched in downtown Fort Worth in May, organizers of that event are putting together another march for Dallas.
Participating in the Global Marijuana March, the Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (DFW NORML) erected a billboard, the first of its kind, in anticipation of its largest event ever, and the masses did not disappoint.
As thousands rallied to march two miles to the courthouse and hold a protest where some openly consumed cannabis in front of police, local news outlets were nowhere to be seen. Also notably absent were any arrests or altercations with law enforcement officers.
DFW NORML aims to do what no other group has ever done in Texas, and that is hold a second major march in the same year.
No clear details have yet emerged, however it is likely that the event will be held near the end of October. Visit their website for further details.
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