Around 1,600 people took part in the Global Marijuana March throughout 7 cities, a sharp downturn from 2015.
For nearly a decade, thousands of Texans have sought to make it clear to state legislators that reforming marijuana laws for the better is inevitable and they have done this by marching on the state capitol building in Austin. With a form of cannabis now legal in Texas and lawmakers
Spring is shaping up to be a busy time for the Austin based marijuana non-profit organization Texas NORML.
Women Grow is slated to launch a new chapter in Austin next month and is planning a heavy lineup of influential speakers at their inaugural event.
A prayer vigil for marijuana was held in Austin on Saturday following the Texas NORML marijuana march and rally at the capitol. About 20 people joined together as Rev. John Elford of University United Methodist Church in Austin led a prayer blessing various aspects and people in the cannabis movement
Over 600 people gathered to march through the streets of Austin from City Hall to the Texas Capitol building where they then rallied in support of marijuana law reform on Saturday, enduring a brief rain shower in the process. Chants rang out, “what do we want?” Answered by “no more drug
Cannabis is an industry unlike any other. Capable of providing life-saving medicine, sustainable fuel alternatives, safer pain management, cannabis is more than just a commodity, or “drug” it is a way of life for some and a saving grace for others. For these reasons, a group of law students along
The following is a list of all known cannabis related events happening in Texas for the month of March, 2015. Check back as this list will be updated as more events become available. A full list of events for the year can be found at http://www.txcann.com/events and coverage of various
Seeking the right to use medicine which is legal in 23 other states, patients from around Texas will be heading to Austin this week to speak with legislators about the need for a medical marijuana program. Headed up by the Patient Alliance for Cannabis Therapeutics, those who are suffering hope