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Category: Education

The 86th Legislative Session – Wrap Up

The 86th Legislative Session saw a record number of marijuana related bills filed in both the House and the Senate. There were some important advancements, powerful hearings, and a few disappointments this year. While the last day of the session was May 27th, Governor Greg Abbott has until June 16th to ignore into law, sign,…



Testimony Regarding Workplace Drug Testing for State Employees

Texas NORML’s Executive Director submitted testimony on a bill that would end workplace drug testing for THC and CBD for Texas’ state employees (excluding LEOs). My name is Jax Finkel representing myself and Texas NORML in support of HB 3349, authored by Representative John Bucy. I want to share some information with you regarding drug…



Breaking: Hemp Declassified In Texas!

The Texas Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has authored an amendment to the Texas schedule of controlled substances that removes hemp from the list. It is an extremely important step to have hemp declassified as a controlled substance. However, legislation would be needed to address consumer protection and regulation. Read DHHS letter to the US Hemp Roundtable.…



Recap – Hearing for HB 63: Marijuana Decriminalization

Texans Come to the Capitol to Support Marijuana Penalty Reduction. Texans from all over the state were in Austin to voice their strong support for decriminalization in Texas! Speaker Pro Tempore Joe Moody laid out the framework of his bill which would institute a civil penalty for low-level marijuana possession. Moody was followed by testimony…



Recap: Patient Lobby Day – Links Included

Patients visit their legislators to voice their need for access to medical marijuana in the Lone Star State. In the Texas State Capitol Building, dozens of patients joined us to ask their legislators to coauthor legislation that makes the Texas Compassionate Use Program more inclusive and effective. HB 1365 (authored by Rep Lucio, III) and…



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