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Category: Meeting Notes

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: Texas Veteran Lobby Day – Links Included

On Monday, Texans Veterans met at the Capitol to meet with their legislators and advocate for a comprehensive medical marijuana program in Texas. We started off with a training where we covered the legislative process, current medical marijuana bills and messaging. Watch the training from Texas Veteran Lobby Day. Representative Gina Hinojosa addressed the attendees…



Primary Election Results – Austin Area Districts

Primary Election Results – Austin Area Districts   Races of Notes: US Congressional District 21 – Rep Jason Isaac, R (formerly of Housed District 45) was in the running with 18 competitors, he lost his bid for the seat. There will be a run-off between Chip Roy, the former chief of staff to Cruz, and…



Follow Up: Candidate Forum: Marijuana Policy

We were blown away by the interest in this event! The location was standing room only with several hundred people that attended throughout the night. Additionally, we had an unprecedentedly strong candidate response with 26 candidates attending, 3 of which are incumbents. For those of you that were not able to join us for this…



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