Texas Activists Fight Back After Local Lawmakers Undermine Voter-Approved Marijuana Decriminalization Measures
Texas officials in several cities have moved to overturn or undercut local marijuana decriminalization ordinances that voters overwhelmingly approved at the ballot this month—but
Texas voters in five cities will have the chance to decide on local marijuana decriminalization measures on Tuesday. Voters in Denton, Elgin, Harker Heights, Killeen, and San Marco
Small Business Owners Strongly Support Record Sealing For Marijuana And Other Drug Offenses, Poll Finds
Small business owners in states from Pennsylvania to Texas are strongly in favor creating pathways to allow people to seal their state and federal records for marijuana, drug and o
A top Republican Texas lawmaker says that he will work to enact criminal justice reform in the 2023 session, and he again expressed support for lowering penalties for marijuana pos
A majority of Texas voters support legalizing marijuana for medical and recreational use, according to a new poll. The survey from The Dallas Morning News and University of Texas a
The Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded Texas A&M University $3.47 million to support a project to 3D print hemp-based building materials known colloquially as hempcrete, wi
New Texas Republican Party Platform Opposes Marijuana Legalization But Backs Federal Cannabis Rescheduling
The Texas Republican Party has adopted a platform plank opposing the legalization of marijuana, even as polling shows that voters in the state are supporting the policy change on a
Texas activists announced on Friday that they’ve collected more than enough signatures to qualify an initiative to decriminalize marijuana for the local ballot in Harker Heights.
Texas Activists Say They Collected Enough Signatures To Put Marijuana Decriminalization On Another City Ballot
Texas activists announced on Wednesday that they’ve collected more than enough signatures to qualify a marijuana decriminalization initiative for the local ballot in San Marcos.
Texas Activists Say They’ve Collected Enough Signatures To Put Marijuana Decriminalization On Another Local Ballot
Texas activists announced on Wednesday that they have collected enough signatures to qualify a marijuana decriminalization initiative for the local November ballot in Killeen. This