No, marijuana hasn’t been legalized in Texas. There is a medical marijuana program but if you are reading this you probably don’t qualify. It also hasn’t been decriminalized, despite everything you see floating around Facebook these days.

Tens of thousands trek through the Texas capitol building in Austin each year, and many of them are getting to experience a marijuana exhibit as they walk the halls.

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

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has adopted rules for the Compassionate Use Program which allows CBD oil for epileptic children.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer stated today that he expects states to see “greater enforcement” of the federal law against recreational marijuana.

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

Alexis Bortell

DALLAS FEB 21 2017 – Alexis Bortell, our favorite child advocate for medical cannabis refugees, announces she will keynote the 2nd Annual Southwest Cannabis Conference + Expo Dallas/Ft. Worth on Apr. 21st, 22nd, & 23rd. Alexis has chosen this educational medical cannabis conference to launch her book tour with the

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas veterans will gather at the State Capitol Wednesday for a lobby day in support of comprehensive medical marijuana legislation. The group will hold a news conference at 10:30 a.m. CT in front of the Vietnam Veterans Monument, the same location where Operation Trapped was launched in November

Rep. Eddie Lucio III

A bill has been introduced in the Texas House of Representatives today which would establish a whole plant medical marijuana program.

Texas Senator Jose Menendez

State Sen. José Menéndez has acknowledge that he failed to report $50,000 in donations given to his campaign by two political action committees.

Following the announcement by Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg that her office would no longer arrest or prosecute most marijuana possession cases, Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick has sharply criticized the new policy which affects Houston and the surrounding areas.

Law enforcement officials spoke out against marijuana prohibition in a big way today in Texas, with an announcement that those in the Houston area would largely no longer be subject to arrest for possession, while at the state capitol several officials joined together to support a penalty reduction bill making

Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon has criticized neighboring Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg for her decision to implement a program which would keep those found with small amounts of marijuana both out of jail and clean of a criminal record.