Stephen Carter

January 31, 2022

Texas NORML: Virtual Candidate Forum

Texas NORML hosted a virtual candidate forum on Wednesday, February 2 featuring 12 Austin-area candidates. Executive Director Jax James moderated the forum which included candidates for […]
January 5, 2022

January 2022 Monthly Livestream

Wednesday, January 5 at 8pm Join us for our virtual monthly meeting on the FIRST Wednesday of EVERY month, at 8 pm. We are currently hosting […]
December 31, 2021

2021: Year in Review

We did a lot in 2021. Survived a winter storm, navigated a legislative session during a pandemic, and celebrated when we could. This is our year […]
May 31, 2021

Cannabis legislation recap for the Texas 87th Legislature

A record six bills regarding cannabis policy passed from the Texas House to the Senate this session, including five bills on our priority list. Two of […]
May 30, 2021

Delta-8 Bans Stripped from Bills In Conference Committee: Will They Pass in Time?

THC Concentrates As passed out of the House and Senate State Affairs Committee hearing, HB 2593 garnered broad support, including favorable testimony from a sitting district […]
May 29, 2021

HB 3948 (Hemp) Goes to Conference Committee

As passed out of the House, HB 3948 garnered broad support from Texas farmers, industry, and businesses. The bill creates an important licensure process for research, […]
May 29, 2021

Texas Medical Cannabis Bill Adopted and Headed for Governor’s Desk

Many of you have been closely following HB 1535, authored by Chairwoman Klick, which would expand the Texas Compassionate Use Program and qualify more patients for […]
May 24, 2021

Medical Cannabis Bill Passes Senate Committee!

HB 1535, authored by Rep. Stephanie Klick, to expand the Texas Compassionate Use Program and qualify more patients for medical cannabis, has passed out of the […]
May 20, 2021

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has referred medical cannabis to the Senate Committee on State Affairs!

Thank you for taking the time to call and email the Lt. Governor about this critical legislation. HB 1535, authored by Rep. Stephanie Klick, would expand […]