prohibition

Texas NORML is throwing a members only shindig later this month at an undisclosed location featuring a large indoor pavilion and patio overlooking Lady Bird Lake with the Austin skyline serving as a beautiful backdrop.

When it comes to any political movement, it can often be tough to see progress, especially for those who don’t spend the majority of their time working within the movement. On the outside looking in, marijuana reform is a tough nut to crack in Texas. Many view the organizations working

People who want to end drug prohibition often miss the boat when trying to change minds on the matter. It doesn’t matter if we’re talking about cannabis, cocaine, heroin or anything else. We can throw out facts all day long, we can bring out charts and statistics and historical evidence,

The US border patrol is busting people daily as they cross through border checkpoints. Recent busts in Sarita, Texas have netted 3,500 pounds of cannabis from two 18-wheelers. The number of busts are so high, that many towns are struggling to prosecute all of the cases. In many instances they

Drug prohibition has brought about some very nasty results and has caused a lot of misery and death. This particular case is chilling though, as a man’s sister was buried alive by rival dealers. Neil Nick Rene, 37, of Duncanville, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for his involvement

Judge Jim Gray, a retired California Superior Court judge, was recently in Texas to speak on the topic of drug prohibition at the Texas Regional NORML Conference. Bringing to bear his vast experience on the subject, he delved into the topic and hit on many points which concern people. Asked

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