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These are the People Keeping Cannabis Illegal in Texas:

Representative Allen Fletcher Representative Robert Miklos Representative Debbie Riddle The members of the Criminal Jurisprudence Committee who object strongly to this bill are listed above, with links to their contact info. Calls to these offices may prove to be frustrating, but please remain calm until you hang up.  Then you can scream. Of the eleven…


Yes, we are up at 2:30 AM preparing for tomorrow’s events, so please excuse any type-o’s. This is just a friendly reminder that if you are reading this on May 2nd, 2009, you need to be at Zilker Park, or The Capitol Building, depending on the time. Check for all the details, or call…

Cannabis? I’ve never heard that word before…

The hearing for HB 902 was held Wednesday, April 8th.  This reporter was present to deliver testimony on behalf of the bill.  At the conclusion of my testimony, I was asked a few questions.  One of which was asked by Rep. Debbie Riddle, District 150, Houston, TX.  She asked “What is ‘cannabis’?”  As the committee…

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…

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