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Texas is a fairly free place to be. Much of the rules and regulations which people experience in other states don’t exist here. A friend who recently visited from New York even remarked as much. When it comes to cannabis though, freedom just doesn’t exist in the Lone Star State.

A federal grand jury returned marijuana distribution indictments Tuesday against Phillip Larry Koss, 58, his wife Le’Ann, 60, and their son Connor, 26. The charges stemmed from an investigation and subsequent raid on their home back in December of 2013 during a crackdown on several people selling cannabis near Baylor

Texas State Troopers seized more than $572,000 in hashish and marijuana during a traffic stop on Interstate 40 near Conway in Carson County.