It’s a muggy Thursday morning and Yvette Gbalazeh is already out on the corner at Montrose and Westheimer wielding her WILL RAP 4 WEED sign just as daylight begins to break over the intersection. A block away there is a protest at Jack in the Box to get the minimum
A federal grand jury has indicted a Tenaha man who is accused of breaking into Shelby County law enforcement’s office and stealing drugs which were held in evidence on separate occasions in 2009 and 2010.
Five McKinney men have pleaded guilty to an array of federal charges related to a combination foreclosure rescue and a marijuana distribution scheme.
Executing a search warrant, Harrison County Sheriff’s deputies seized drugs, guns and stolen property from what they’re calling an east Texas drug ring.
Deputies discovered more than 13,000 marijuana plants at a growing operation just northeast of Sealy last week in Austin County. The crop is estimated to be worth $1.5 million.
Citing a need to have a presence in every area of the state, Texas NORML, a statewide non-profit marijuana reform group, has been working hard to encourage the rise of new chapters across Texas. They now have their sights set on El Paso.
A federally-funded drug abuse research agency is granting nearly $2 million to study the link between marijuana use and domestic violence in what some supporters of marijuana decriminalization call another example of the organization’s “profound and unhidden political bias.”
A Waco woman was indicted Wednesday for mailing marijuana to her boyfriend who is in jail.
A man was arrested Monday by Milam County Sheriff Deputies following a two month investigation of marijuana trafficking near Cameron Elementary School.
For the past five years, the widowed mother of two had used medical marijuana for relief from the pain of fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, spinal stenosis and rotator cuff disease. Traditional medications had produced adverse reactions or failed to provide significant relief. She was arrested Sept. 13, 2012. And on March
At the precipice of ending cannabis prohibition in America and replacing it with logical alternatives—such as taxing and regulating cannabis for the benefit of society—please don’t forget about America’s prisoners of the War on Drugs, the longest running war in U.S. history, particularly the prisoners of the battle against marijuana.
It turns out that Lubbock is down with the movement to legalize marijuana, if Hub City NORML’s recent event is any indication.
During a conference call with state governors today, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the US Department of Justice would allow the marijuana legalization laws in Colorado and Washington to go into effect.
Police raided two Baylor campus homes on Wednesday and made four arrests relating to marijuana. Police seized marijuana, pills, $12,400 in cash, a Cadillac and a BMW after a three month investigation by McGregor and Lorena police.