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

For the third time, El Paso will be participating in the Global Marijuana March the first Saturday in May.

The following is a list of all known marijuana related events happening in Texas for the month of May 2016.

With the cannabis holiday falling during the middle of the week this year, 420 events around Texas are turning into a week-long celebration of sorts.

The following is a list of all known marijuana related events happening in Texas for the month of April 2016.

Meet Colt DeMorris, an average guy from El Paso who stepped up to be a leader in his community. Born and raised in the west Texas border town, having attending Catholic school there, Colt has called it home his entire life of 29 years. It’s also where he met his

It’s the Get Out of Jail Free card, but in real life. Empire Bail Bonds has pledged to get you out of jail for free during the year of 2014, but there’s some criteria that must be met first.

El Paso NORML, a non-profit marijuana advocacy group just held their first official meeting which included many big names from around Texas, made a big splash in the local news. At least four of the local media outlets covered the event, which drew about 220 people.

El Paso NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) launches its kick off event January 11th, 2014 at the Hilton Garden Inn (111 W. University Ave., El Paso, Texas 79902) . Meeting start time will be at 10:00 a.m., El Paso NORML will be there an hour prior

A recent meetup in El Paso to get a NORML chapter off the ground and discuss the merits of cannabis legalization was a success as many turned out in support of the notion. The event garnered positive news coverage as well.

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.