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A Year in Review with Texas NORML

2016 was a busy and productive year for Texas NORML, our sister chapters and our coalition. Check out this short video to see some of the big events that we participated in during 2016 (in addition to our monthly meeting, outreach and more!) Please support our mission and work by donating, becoming a sustaining donor or…



Capitol Advocacy Training – 1/14/17 – Registration Link Included

2017 Capitol Advocacy Training Saturday, January 14th, 2016 With several bills for penalty reduction and medical cannabis having been pre-filed, we expect an exciting start to 2017! We will be holding our Annual 2017 Capitol Advocacy Training on Saturday, January 14th. This free training event is designed to help you become an effective advocate for marijuana…



2017 Legislative Session is Starting

2017 Legislative Session is Starting What Is Coming Up In January? With several bills for penalty reduction and medical cannabis having been pre-filed, we expect an exciting start to 2017! We will start the year with our Open Monthly Meeting on Wednesday, January 4th, 2017 at 8pm. We hope you will join us for a…



First Medical Marijuana Bill of the 2017 Legislative Session Has Been Pre-Filed!

First Medical Marijuana Bill of the 2017 Legislative Session Has Been Pre-Filed! What Can YOU Do? Senator Menendez from San Antonio has pre-filed our Medical Marijuana Bill for the 2017 Legislative Session! The Medical Marijuana Bill (SB 269) and it’s companion bill HB 2107 will allow for comprehensive, whole plant medical cannabis access for all patients…



Current List of Pre-Filed Bills and Joint Resolutions

Current List of Pre-Filed Bills and Joint Resolutions What is a Joint Resolution? What can YOU do?  Pre-Filed Bills and Joint Resolutions  HB81/SB170 – Civil Penalty – takes possession of 1 ounce of marijuana or less out of the criminal realm and turn it into a civil offense by eliminating the arrest, jail time, and criminal record associated with low-level marijuana…



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