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
A non-profit group in Houston dedicated to changing marijuana laws in Texas will have their event televised. In what is likely a first, Houston NORML’s event entitled ‘Reforming Marijuana Laws Through Political Activism’ will be aired on public access television from 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Dating back to 1999, groups around the world have marched in solidarity to support marijuana legalization and remember those who have been harmed by the war on cannabis. For several years now, marches have taken place in both Fort Worth and Austin, put on by DFW NORML and Texas NORML.
Activists from around the Houston area got together this past weekend for a BBQ, disc golf, and a little community service.
There were so many cannabis related activities going on around Texas this weekend and their success added to the mountain of reasons why marijuana will soon be legal in The Lone Star State.
Once every three months, a cannabis activist group out of Waco cleans up their adopted stretch up highway. The time is nearing again for another cleanup, but this time it will be during the state-wide Texas Trash Off.
News 4 out of San Antonio will be hosting a town hall meeting at the Texas A&M San Antonio campus on the topic of marijuana legalization.
It was almost standing room only this past Saturday as Texans met at Comfort Suites in Waco to learn about hemp at NORML of Waco’s bi-monthly meeting. A group of 35 locals were treated to a hemp documentary entitled ‘Bringing it Home’ presented by Grow Your Own, a family owned
If there was any question about the amount of support in Texas for marijuana legalization, it was answered by the record turnout at DFW NORML’s first meeting of 2014. There was standing room only at the Whiskey Girl Saloon in Fort Worth as over 250 people filled the bar to
At the Mothers Against Teen Violence 2014 Texas Drug Policy Conference this weekend, speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds and areas of expertise converged in Dallas to discuss the failed war on drugs.