Cheyanne Weldon – Executive Director of the Texas State Chapter of NORML – will be speaking on September 7, 2013 at 8:00 am at the XXVII Border Legislative Conference on the “Overview of Marijuana Initiatives and Legislation” panel.  Please join her if you are in the area! For more information,

According to KVUE, Austin Police Department SWAT executed a search warrant on an elderly couple’s home which turned up an undisclosed amount of marijuana, for which they received a ticket.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., announced Monday he will address the blurred lines between federal and state marijuana laws in an upcoming hearing. The hearing, which is scheduled for Sept. 10, comes as 20 states allow marijuana for medical purposes and Colorado and Washington voted to legalize

Volunteering your time is an excellent way of ensuring that your community is better off. In the case of a Waco, Tx based non-profit NORML organization, they have become leaders in their community by performing charity and community service work.

It’s no secret that marijuana can put a smile on many people’s faces, but research suggests that the drug’s positive effects go beyond just getting high. A 2012 study published in the peer-reviewed academic journal European Neuropsychopharmacology suggests that the brain’s endocannabinoid system – which is activated by THC, the

Earlier this month we brought you coverage of Hub City NORML, the new non-profit marijuana activist group getting off the ground in Lubbock.

Law enforcement officials are finding more and more major marijuana growing operations in Texas lately. A bust of about 20,000 plants in Conroe, a town 30 miles north of Houston, is slightly larger than the 18,000 they found in Central Texas earlier this year. Another 3,500 was confiscated in Washington

Proposed rules for growing and distributing cannabis in Colorado are starting to take shape, and the poor need not apply. As we’ve seen again and again for this industry, new regulations have been rolled out in which only the well to do can hurdle, effectively banning many from the market.

Fielding questions at a White House press conference, deputy press secretary Josh Earnest was called to answer a question about Obama’s view on marijuana considering the recent reversal by Dr. Sanjay Gupta on the subject.

If you had to get busted with almost two ounces of cannabis in Texas, and let’s face it, no one wants to get busted in Texas, Hudspeth County would be your best bet.

The research focus of assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences Dr. Dai Lu, Ph.D., and his team at the Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, is on relieving the pain and suffering associated with multiple serious diseases and disorders, such pancreatic cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and traumatic

With all of the major hauls that the border patrol seizes each week, several tons out the tens of tons which get by, a 613 pound cannabis bust typically isn’t newsworthy.

A man out of College Station, Texas claiming to have been adopted by Michelle Obama was arrested after he asked a teller at a Chase bank branch in Bryan to give him access to her bank account.

Two men have been arrested in Texas after police found an estimated $1.4 million worth of marijuana growing in a Navasota home.