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Category: Call to Action

Status Report: Where are the bills in the process and how can you help?

As you have probably heard, things are in high gear in the Texas Legislature right now. Due to our work and the efforts of advocates, patients, veterans and medical professionals, we are happy to let you know that our priority legislation is moving! With only 21 days left in the session, every moment counts. Here is…



Medical Marijuana Advances: HB 1365 Scheduled for a Vote on Monday!

At the Capitol today, the Calendars Committee placed HB 1365 on the House Calendar for a vote for this Monday, May 6th! This bill would allow those with debilitating conditions to access to the Texas Compassionate Use Program (T.CUP) and establish a cannabis research and review board. It is imperative that we continue to build support for this…



URGENT ACTION: The Lt. Gov. is standing in the way of HB 63!

Lt. Governor Dan Patrick took to Twitter today, declaring that Rep. Moody’s HB 63, which passed with a super majority in the House, is “dead upon arrival” in the Senate due to lack of support. We aren’t giving up! Let’s show him how much support the bill really has! It is important that you let your senator…



HB 63 Passes Out of the House! – Moves on to the Senate

Today, the Texas House of Representatives voted to approve HB 63, which would reduce penalties for possession of 1 ounce of marijuana. This is a historic step forward in changing Texas’ current draconian laws. Now that the bill has made it out of the House, it will move on to the Senate. Contact your Senator…



Marijuana Decriminalization Advances! What Can Texans Do?

Rep. Joe Moody’s bill to reduce penalties for low-level marijuana possession has been added to the House Calendar for April 25th! ​At the Capitol, the Calendars Committee placed HB 63, which would remove jail time and the collateral consequences that come along with a criminal marijuana possession conviction, on the House Calendar on April 25th! This…



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