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Governor Rick Perry supports treatment instead of incarceration of marijuana users. Gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis supports medical marijuana. Senator John Whitmire thinks you should only get a ticket instead of being taken to jail for small amounts of marijuana. Agricultural Commissioner candidate Kinky Friedman thinks farmers should be able to

Momentum is growing for the creation of the Corpus Christi chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML). A “meet and greet” event was hosted at the House of Rock on January 22, which was intended as a form of “market test” in order to determine

We have yet another poll out showing the majority of Americans favor marijuana legalization, however the poll reveals some shocking attitudes towards cannabis.

Welcome to the new year! We’re officially in the new election cycle and DFW NORML is hitting the ground running hard at it. On January 20, which is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Texas legislators will be seeing their inboxes and phone lines blow up with a mass of emails

Marijuana reform groups have been popping up all over Texas in recent times, others are still standing strong after decades. For Houston NORML, they’ve been around for almost a quarter of a century. Founded in 1989 by Rick Potthoff and Richard Lee, the group has been organizing education and reform

Appearing at the Texas Regional NORML Conference, 420Radio.org host Russ Belville gave a presentation on debating effectively for marijuana reform. “Our opposition is not stupid, so they are reshaping their arguments, they want to present us as extreme. They say jailing people is too harsh, but legalization is too extreme,

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