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David Sloane, a Dallas/Fort Worth based attorney and the Public Information Officer for DFW NORML, recently interviewed with Fox 4 News out of the DFW area about the coming legalization of marijuana in Texas. He defended legalization and said many Texans are looking at Washington and Colorado, wondering to themselves

LEAP co-founder, Peter Christ, appears on WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, NY and takes on all aspects of our disastrous War on Drugs. Captain Christ is vice-chair of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.

Larry Talley, Strategist for DFW NORML and speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition is interviewed about US drug interdiction failures on the Russ Belville Show during the 2013 Halloween episode.

Actor and comedian Donnell Rawlings sat down with DFW NORML to discuss marijuana and its effects on him throughout his career. Best known for his roles in Chappelle’s Show and The Wire, Mr. Rawlings has entertained people around the world and says that cannabis has given an overall positive contribution

Texas NORML held their monthly meeting on Aug. 7 at the Flamingo Cantina. Watch a video recap of the meeting below.

Russ Belville, the host of 420Radio.org recently spoke at the Texas Regional NORML Conference held by DFW NORML on the topic of the new rhetoric being used by prohibitionists and how to effectively debate on behalf of marijuana reform.

Cheyanne Weldon, Executive Director of Texas NORML, speaks at the Texas Regional NORML Conference held in Fort Worth and hosted by DFW NORML.

Director of Texas NORML Cheyanne Weldon recently spoke at a San Antonio NAACP event regarding the racial disparity when laws are applied in Texas and around the country.

As Congress looks to significantly boost funding for the U.S. Border Patrol as part of a new immigration bill, we investigate the impact of the police buildup at a west Texas checkpoint. The Sierra Blanca checkpoint along Interstate 10 was set up to catch major traffickers and immigrants who entered

HOUSTON – (June 26, 2013) – As more states are considering the legalization of marijuana, law students at South Texas College of Law (STCL) will have the unique opportunity to draft model drug policy legislation as part of a new interinstitutional collaboration between STCL and Rice University’s Baker Institute for

Acting on a tip, Montgomery County Pct. 4 Deputy Constables went to 64-year-old Michael Terry’s home in Splendora to conduct a drug bust. Upon arriving they spoke with Terry who admitted to having cannabis on the property. Authorities arrested Terry for possessing two ounces of cannabis.