Stephen Carter

This past weekend the Libertarian Party of Texas held their state convention to nominate state-wide candidates. Staff with the Texas Cannabis Report was on hand to not only cover, but also participate in the convention itself. Support for cannabis legalization has always been strong in the Libertarian Party and this

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.

A recently released CBS poll shows 51% of Americans support marijuana legalization. This is the third major poll in three months to show a majority support, following Gallup at 58% and CNN at 55%. This also follows Public Policy Polling showing 58% of Texans supporting legalization.

On two separate occasions now, marijuana activists have been detained at Six Flags in Arlington, Texas for wearing pro-cannabis shirts.

There’s a lot going on around Texas when it comes to the marijuana movement, but I was surprised when an article about legalizing marijuana hit my inbox from Cove Herald, a news outlet which services Copperas Cove, Killeen, Temple, Fort Hood, Harker Heights and the other surrounding areas.

While Ted Cruz didn’t intend to make Obama look good on the subject of marijuana legalization, he unwittingly did when he criticized Obama the other day for not arresting cannabis consumers in Colorado.

The first major drug policy conference of 2014 in Texas will be held in Dallas, slated for January 17 and 18. Hosted by Mothers Against Teen Violence ‘MATV’ the conference begins on a Friday and will feature keynote speaker Dr. Carl Hart who is an associate professor in the departments

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

The Texas cowboy endures a rugged life often filled with aches and pains, something which medical marijuana could help with immensely. Whether they’re working the ranch fixing fences and equipment, hauling hay, building things, working with livestock, or out riding the rodeo circuits getting thrown to the ground, stepped on,

Texas NORML has proven its ability to organize, endure and succeed. Now they’ve gotten a huge challenge and opportunity to raise much needed funds for Marijuana Policy Project. Because of their organizational ability and hard work to reform cannabis laws in Texas, a California donor has offered to match up

You may not realize it, but 2013 was a huge year for the marijuana legalization movement in Texas.

Colorado has released its rules for selling recreational marijuana and if you don’t live in the state, the quantity of your purchase is less than what it would be if you do live in the state, but that might not matter at all.

For any of you aspiring dealers out there, advertising your goods on Craigslist is a dumb idea.

Coming on the heels of a poll showing 58% of Texans supporting marijuana legalization, a newly released poll shows that 79% of likely Texas voters oppose sending drug offenders to jail.