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Texas Cannabis Report Fundraiser

Texas Cannabis Report is dedicated to bringing you coverage of all things marijuana related in Texas, including coverage of events, elections, policy, and the individuals who are involved in the effort to change marijuana laws in the state.

The news outlet was launched in June of 2013 as a professional media outlet which adheres to the same format and reporting standards as a traditional news organization.

Since then we have released over 600 news stories and have had 360,000 visits to our website. We have also released six podcast episodes, which have attracted over 3,000 combined playbacks. Our podcast is also featured on the 420 Radio Network.

We have reporters who attend events and scour Texas for news concerning cannabis related matters. We have put together guides featuring pro-reform political candidates, spotlighted individuals working behind the scenes, and have a social media contact list for all elected officials in Texas.

There have been many thousands of hours poured into the work that goes on here at Texas Cannabis Report, and we do this work without being paid. It is our contribution to the movement to bring reform to our state’s marijuana laws.

There are operating expenses though, website upkeep, hosting, and general web presence costs.

We are asking that you help Texas Cannabis Report continue to succeed and empower us to be better through upgrades in our services by making a small donation of $10, which is less than the price of a meal at a restaurant. Your donation will help us reach more people, and all donations are put directly into making this operation more efficient.

Please donate $10 to Texas Cannabis Report today through PayPal.

Alternatively, you can visit our Cafe Press Store, and $5 will be donated to Texas Cannabis Report for each item you purchase.

Thank you for your continued support!

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Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter is a 30 year old journalist and information technology specialist living in Waco, Texas. He has been working with the cannabis movement since 2009. He founded Texas Cannabis Report in 2013 to bring Texans accurate cannabis related news.

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