Marijuana Policy Project
Texas Marijuana Policy Advocacy Workshops — January 2018 A highly anticipated ruling came down from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) concerning the federal scheduling of marijuana, and the results have disappointed a Texas Senator.
A penny stock company with no current valuation has pledge $1 million in stock to a California marijuana legalization initiative.
Veterans are not only becoming the focus of cannabis law reform groups, they are actively involved in leading those organizations, and are a vocal faction of citizen lobbyists.
Sheriff Will Travis of Denton County debated two representatives of marijuana policy organizations earlier this week, resulting in crushing defeat.
With almost 20 million veterans in the U.S., Texas is home to 1.5 million of them. Now the Lone Star State is looking at medical marijuana to help veterans cope with debilitating issues, including PTSD. Almost half of the U.S. population has access to medical marijuana. Just over 47 percent
Houston NORML hosted an event on Thursday which featured speakers and a panel discussion from several political backgrounds, which was all broadcast on public access television. The groups involved included Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), Houston Young Republicans (HYR), Harris County Young Democrats (HCYD), and the Harris County Libertarian Party (HCLP).
Texas representatives have begun to open up to the idea of changing the state’s marijuana laws. Tristan Tucker, who is deputy director of the Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (DFW NORML), has spoken with more than 15 state and federal representatives about
A constant recurring question asked is, “when will Texas legalize marijuana?” It’s the number one search engine query for Texas Cannabis Report, and many wonder not just when it will happen, but if it will happen this year. Very few ask now IF it will happen. It is only a
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.
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
The Texas Regional NORML Conference, put on by DFW NORML, was the first of its kind a major success with many speakers and over 200 in attendance. The conference has held on June 7-9 of 2013. Below are the videos of all the speakers from the conference.
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