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Category: Call to Action

Candidate Forum: Marijuana Policy – Texas NORML

Candidate Forum: Marijuana Policy  Hosted by Texas NORML Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 Doors Open at 7pm Event Starts at 7:30pm Located at Flamingo Cantina (515 East 6th Street, Austin, TX 78701) We have invited candidates running for Texas State House of Representative and Texas State Senate in the greater Austin Area to participate. The following…



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