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Recap: Hemp, Decriminalization and Legalization Hearings

​Today was a busy day at the Capitol! There were hearings on industrial hemp, decriminalization of marijuana possession and a joint resolution that would allow Texans to vote on legalizing the adult use of cannabis, making a total of eleven bills heard today. Here is an overview for you. Please support our priority legislation that…



HJR 108 – Texas NORML’s Testimony

Madame Chair and members of the committee, my name is Jax Finkel and I am testifying on behalf of Texas NORML, for the HJR 108. Thank you for your time today. The March 2019 University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll shows 54% of Texans want to re-legalize the adult use of cannabis. (see attached) I wanted…



We Delivered Your Signatures to the Lt Gov!

Last week, a spokesperson for Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick told the Texas Tribune that he is “strongly opposed to weakening any laws against marijuana [and] remains wary of the various medicinal use proposals that could become a vehicle for expanding access to this drug.” This afternoon at the Capitol, in a meeting with his staff,…



More Penalty Reduction Bills to be Heard on Monday!

Several bills to reduce penalties for marijuana possession will be considered by the Criminal Jurisprudence Committee on Monday, April 1. These bills seek make possession of small amounts a Class C Misdemeanor. Unfortunately, if passed, these bills would uphold the possibility of arrest and leave a person with a life-long criminal record.  Here’s a Facebook…



Texas Police Chiefs Association (TPCA) Holds Press Conference on Marijuana

Fellow Texans, Today, I attended a press conference held by the Texas Police Chiefs Association (TPCA) at the Texas State Capitol. They discussed “the myths vs. the facts as they pertain to marijuana sales, production, distribution, possession, usage along with its long-term effects as well as impact on quality of life for all citizens.” While there,…



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