May 3, 2019

Medical Marijuana Advances: HB 1365 Scheduled for a Vote on Monday!

At the Capitol today, the Calendars Committee placed HB 1365 on the House Calendar for a vote for this Monday, May 6th! This bill would allow those with debilitating […]
April 30, 2019

URGENT ACTION: The Lt. Gov. is standing in the way of HB 63!

Lt. Governor Dan Patrick took to Twitter today, declaring that Rep. Moody’s HB 63, which passed with a super majority in the House, is “dead upon […]
April 29, 2019

HB 63 Passes Out of the House! – Moves on to the Senate

Today, the Texas House of Representatives voted to approve HB 63, which would reduce penalties for possession of 1 ounce of marijuana. This is a historic […]
April 23, 2019

Hemp Advances from the House to the Senate!

The Texas House of Representatives just advanced HB 1325, a bill that would allow for agricultural growth, manufacturing and production of hemp, without objection. This is […]
April 23, 2019

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 […]
April 23, 2019

Marijuana Decriminalization Advances! What Can Texans Do?

Rep. Joe Moody’s bill to reduce penalties for low-level marijuana possession has been added to the House Calendar for April 25th! ​At the Capitol, the Calendars Committee […]
April 20, 2019

Support Re-Legalization in Texas on 420!

Legislation is moving at the Capitol! How can you support our work? Texas NORML’s mission is to change marijuana laws so that it reflects the majority […]
April 17, 2019

Medical Marijuana Advances Out of Committee! (And next steps!)

Today the Public Health Committee in the House advanced medical cannabis! Today at the Capitol, the Public Health Committee approved Rep. Lucio III’s HB 1365, which […]
April 16, 2019

Second Chance Lobby Day – Texas Marijuana Policy on April 23rd

Texas State Capitol, John H. Reagan Building (Room 130 | Map) 1400 Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78701 Register!​ With our lawmakers meeting for only 140 days […]