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Ask anyone who attended NORML of Waco‘s Texas Trash Off event, and they’ll tell you that it was a great success.

Activists from around the Killeen area came out to Taquerias Mexico for the first ever NORML Alliance meeting to discuss marijuana policy in Texas this past Wednesday.

Activists from around the Houston area got together this past weekend for a BBQ, disc golf, and a little community service.

Texas NORML invites anyone in the Killeen area to attend their NORML Alliance Meeting coming up next week.

A meeting will be held Saturday, March 15 to gauge the interest of people in the Beaumont area for starting a NORML chapter.

After having to sit out in 2013 because their entry was denied, DFW NORML will be riding with style in this year’s Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Last year, Sheena Marie Roberts who is a retired military veteran, and Minister Mike founded Grow Your Own’s community learning garden in Copperas Cove, Texas. They had a vision; they wanted to beautify the city by planting lovely and useful vegetables, provide renters and apartment dwellers with a patch of

Marijuana legalization enjoys wide ranging support in Texas, even in the Republican Party. Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition seeks to change their fellow party member’s minds when it comes to cannabis laws. Founded by Ann Lee, the non-profit group seeks to reform marijuana laws by working within the GOP to educate

Texas NORML has been working hard to set up new marijuana activist groups all over Texas and so far has had great results. Now they’re turning their attention to five more locations. If you live in Beaumont, Abilene, Bryan/College Station, Rio Grande Valley, or Amarillo, then Texas NORML is looking

Momentum is growing for the creation of the Corpus Christi chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML). A “meet and greet” event was hosted at the House of Rock on January 22, which was intended as a form of “market test” in order to determine

A clean highway is a beautiful highway, and a group in Waco dedicated to marijuana law reform headed out this last Saturday to clean up their adopted stretch of road.

On two separate occasions now, marijuana activists have been detained at Six Flags in Arlington, Texas for wearing pro-cannabis shirts.

Are you interested in working with others to promote marijuana law reform in the Corpus Christi area? If so, then there’s good news, others are too and they’re looking for you!

Cannabis activists deserve the harassment and discrimination they receive due to their involvement in the marijuana community; that’s the line of thinking for many people, even those who think the laws need to be changed. Not only will they tell you that getting involved will ruin your life and decrease