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Category: Call to Action

HB 902 Scheduled for Public Hearing on April 8th

HB 902, the decriminalization bill introduced by Rep. Dutton, has been scheduled for a hearing this Wednesday, April 8th. If you are interested in sharing your testimony with the Criminal Jurisprudence Committee, please take some time today and tomorrow to put your opinions on this bill into words. The hearing is scheduled for 2 pm…

Today is a good day to contact your State Rep.

Hello all, Thanks for your continued support of Texas NORML. Without the support of folks like you, we might not be making so much progress in the way of cannabis reform in Texas. Currently there are two bills in the Texas Legislature regarding cannabis. HB 902 would reduce the penalty of possession of under one…

HB 902, A Bill Seeking to Decriminalize Possession Up to 1oz in Texas

HB 902 (, a bill to decriminalize minor possession of marijuana (up to 1oz), was introduced into the Texas House of Representatives by Rep. Harold Dutton (Dist. 142, Houston). If passed, HB 902 would make the possession of up to 1 ounce of marijuana a Class C Misdemeanor, and under Texas law that means a…

HB-164 Assigned to Public Health Committee

Hello cannabis consumer, If you’ve been paying much attention, you know that HB 164 is a very exciting new bill that will provide much needed legal protection for doctors who recommend and patients in need of medical cannabis in Texas. Similar bills have been introduced in years past, with no success.  This has been primarily…

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