A committee in the Texas House of Representatives has been directed to study marijuana policy in the state.

As part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ongoing efforts to protect consumers from health fraud, the agency today issued warning letters to four companies illegally selling products online that claim to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure cancer without evidence to support these outcomes. Selling these unapproved products with

Foundation for an Informed Texas

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.

The following is a list of all known marijuana and hemp related events happening in Texas for the month of November 2017.

Texas NORML Senior Alliance

A conference call later this month to discuss marijuana issues which impact seniors in Texas will be held by the Texas NORML Senior Alliance.

El Paso County Courthouse

A program to spare first time marijuana offenders from jail and a criminal record has been given the green light in El Paso.

Philip Kingston Dallas City Councilman

Texas Marijuana Policy Advocacy Workshops — January 2018 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.

Nick Novello Dallas Police Department

A Dallas police officer went to work Saturday morning, and later in the day spoke in support of legalizing marijuana at a downtown rally.

Supporters of changing marijuana laws in Texas will rally in Dallas this weekend and march through downtown to raise awareness and keep up the momentum following unprecedented support in the state legislature earlier this year.

A recent Gallup poll shows that 64 percent of Americans favor legalizing marijuana.

Foundation for an Informed Texas

An educational foundation for informing Texans about the cannabis plant, otherwise known as marijuana, has been established to help propel efforts aimed at changing minds about a plant which has been demonized and criminalized for over 100 years. Foundation for an Informed Texas, or FIT for short, will be a

Cannabis plants seized by the federal government between 2010 - 2016.

Plants and assets seized during federal busts for growing marijuana rose in 2016, ending a downward trend since 2010, according to the Domestic Cannabis Eradication/Suppression Program Statistical Report by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

The following is a list of all known marijuana and hemp related events happening in Texas for the month of October 2017.

A Dallas County Commissioner has stated that issuing a summons for those found with four ounces or less of marijuana is “dead on arrival.”