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Mark Miller, Texas Railroad Commissioner candidate

The biggest election in Texas this year is one you probably haven’t heard of; the Texas Railroad Commission, a state agency that does not regulate railroads.

Over 150 people packed it in to hear local candidates talk about marijuana and more this past weekend in Arlington. Three political candidates from two different parties in Texas spoke to those attending the Dallas-Fort Worth National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (DFW NORML) meeting on Saturday at

Mark Davis recently wrote a piece for The Dallas Morning News saying that while he agrees with libertarians on many things, they lose him on weed. Davis essentially says that the notion of legalizing marijuana is a bad thing, challenging its advocates to name one societal benefit from its legalization,

The first major drug policy conference of 2014 in Texas will be held in Dallas, slated for January 17 and 18. Hosted by Mothers Against Teen Violence ‘MATV’ the conference begins on a Friday and will feature keynote speaker Dr. Carl Hart who is an associate professor in the departments

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

By: Stephen Carter An activist group in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area brought to fruition a major conference this past weekend, touching on a topic which is in dire need of discussion in the Lone Star State, cannabis and all of the political, social and economic issues which surround it. More