Texas Marijuana Policy Advocacy Workshops — January 2018 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
A Texas DPS trooper seized over 100 pounds of cannabis after a traffic stop in Potter County.
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
Sure to be the biggest story of irony this year, the actor from Texas who played McGruff the Crime Dog has been sentenced to a hefty stint in prison for growing marijuana, among other things.
A grand jury has refused to indict a man who shot and killed a deputy during a raid on his home. Charged with capital murder, Henry Goedrich Magee was initially arrested following a raid on his home where he shot a deputy who he thought was an intruder.
Waco police arrested a 21-year-old man after searching his apartment and finding a hydroponic marijuana growing operation Wednesday night.
It’s the Get Out of Jail Free card, but in real life. Empire Bail Bonds has pledged to get you out of jail for free during the year of 2014, but there’s some criteria that must be met first.
Long after the last state legalizes marijuana, businesses are still going to drug test for cannabis.
Four candidates vying for the Texas Lt. Governor GOP nomination debated a range of topics this past Monday. The topic of marijuana came up. As current Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and two other candidates, State Sen. Dan Patrick and Agricultural Commissioner Todd Staples stepped up to give what has been
Texas school to implement drug testing even as budgets tighten and district admits it has no drug problem
Fort Stockton ISD is reportedly planning to implement a drug testing policy for the 2014-15 school year for anyone involved in extracurricular activities. Located along IH-10 in west Texas, the seat of Pecos County has just over 8,000 residents and like many other school districts, it’s battling a tight budget.
Confirming what we already know, the newly released NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows a solid majority of Americans support legalizing cannabis.
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
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