Houston NORML will be hosting a Montgomery County NORML meeting in Magnolia later this month.
The following is a list of all known cannabis related events happening in Texas for the month of March, 2015. Check back as this list will be updated as more events become available. A full list of events for the year can be found at http://www.txcann.com/events and coverage of various
A southeast Texas man had an unexpected but pleasant interaction with the police during a traffic stop when the subject of marijuana came up.
Four Texas women met in Waco to participate in a panel to share their personal and political stories concerning their involvement in the cannabis movement.
Activists from around the Killeen area came out to Taquerias Mexico for the first ever NORML Alliance meeting to discuss marijuana policy in Texas this past Wednesday.
There were so many cannabis related activities going on around Texas this weekend and their success added to the mountain of reasons why marijuana will soon be legal in The Lone Star State.
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.
Marijuana legalization enjoys wide ranging support in Texas, even in the Republican Party. Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition seeks to change their fellow party member’s minds when it comes to cannabis laws. Founded by Ann Lee, the non-profit group seeks to reform marijuana laws by working within the GOP to educate
It was almost standing room only this past Saturday as Texans met at Comfort Suites in Waco to learn about hemp at NORML of Waco’s bi-monthly meeting. A group of 35 locals were treated to a hemp documentary entitled ‘Bringing it Home’ presented by Grow Your Own, a family owned
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
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.