The Global Marijuana March returns to Fort Worth this month with a lineup of speakers, bands, and a rally at the Tarrant County Courthouse.
Supporters of reforming marijuana laws rallied in Waco on Saturday however they had to cut it short due to threats of arrests.
For the second year in a row, Texans flooded the streets of Dallas to support changing marijuana laws today. However the event struck a very different chord from the previous year.
Residents of Waco responded strongly to a rally on Thursday in favor of changing marijuana laws.
Over 600 people gathered to march through the streets of Austin from City Hall to the Texas Capitol building where they then rallied in support of marijuana law reform on Saturday, enduring a brief rain shower in the process. Chants rang out, “what do we want?” Answered by “no more drug
Corpus Christi participated in the Global Marijuana March on Saturday and drew over 100 participants.
Over 3,200 protesters marched on the courthouse in downtown Fort Worth on Saturday, took it over, and staged a massive protest which included openly smoking large amounts of marijuana as dozens of officers stood and looked on.
El Paso will be experiencing a marijuana protest rally this weekend. Dubbing it a “March for Reefer Madness” organizers are expecting around 150 people to show up and join in on a rally to support marijuana penalty reductions and full legalization in Texas.
Despite the rainy cold weather, a marijuana reform rally still drew a crowd in Tyler today. Around 100 people showed up to the event which had to be moved inside at the last minute due to weather conditions. With standing room only, the crowd listened to several speakers talk about the need to
A rally to change marijuana laws in Texas is slated for Tyler this coming weekend. Activists hope to bring awareness of the need to stop arresting people for possession of marijuana, and will be promoting the legalization of medical marijuana. The ultimate goal though is full legalization of cannabis.
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
Dating back to 1999, groups around the world have marched in solidarity to support marijuana legalization and remember those who have been harmed by the war on cannabis. For several years now, marches have taken place in both Fort Worth and Austin, put on by DFW NORML and Texas NORML.