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Cannabis Defense Billboard in Bellevue, Texas.

A north Texas attorney is turning some heads and taking some heat for billboards he has put up to advertise his services.

Texas Marijuana Policy Advocacy Workshops — January 2018 Despite Texas not having a voter initiative law, Texans may still be able to vote on both medical and recreational cannabis legalization in 2018 if the state legislature permits it.

The first marijuana related bill has been filed for the 2017 Texas legislative session, and it makes possessing less than an ounce a civil fine.

For the third year in a row Texans will gather in Dallas to march for marijuana reform.

At least 9 states will vote on some form of cannabis legislation during the election this year. Texas has its own process.

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 petition to put marijuana ordinance reform on the ballot in Corpus Christi has fallen short of its signature goal.

The following is a list of all known marijuana related events happening in Texas for the month of June 2016.

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (Left) Rep. Bryan Hughes (Right)

The Republican representative who introduced a full marijuana legalization bill in the Texas House has lost his bid for state senate in a run-off election.

Jeremiah Looney, an Army veteran and open supporter of cannabis, has won his election for mayor in Whitewright, Texas.

As Jeremiah Looney spoke at a marijuana march in Fort Worth earlier this month, he felt confident that later in the evening the election results for his mayoral campaign would come back positive. He is now mayor of Whitewright, Texas.

Texans rallying on the Tarrant County Courthouse steps during the 2016 Global Marijuana March in Fort Worth.

Around 1,600 people took part in the Global Marijuana March throughout 7 cities, a sharp downturn from 2015.

The Global Marijuana March returns to Fort Worth this month with a lineup of speakers, bands, and a rally at the Tarrant County Courthouse.

For nearly a decade, thousands of Texans have sought to make it clear to state legislators that reforming marijuana laws for the better is inevitable and they have done this by marching on the state capitol building in Austin. With a form of cannabis now legal in Texas and lawmakers

The following is a list of all known marijuana related events happening in Texas for the month of May 2016.