Activists from around the Houston area got together this past weekend for a BBQ, disc golf, and a little community service.
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
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
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.
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!
Marijuana reform groups have been popping up all over Texas in recent times, others are still standing strong after decades. For Houston NORML, they’ve been around for almost a quarter of a century. Founded in 1989 by Rick Potthoff and Richard Lee, the group has been organizing education and reform
The fall 2013 school year started out fantastic for the University of North Texas chapter of NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. The chapter’s first two meetings drew in the largest crowds the organization has seen to date.
The closest organization to Lubbock that promotes the reform of marijuana laws is about 350 miles. After getting together with some people to meet a few times, Colt Smith decided that the Lubbock area needed an organization of its own.