A bill intended to allow access to low-THC marijuana extracts for qualifying seizure patients is unlikely to provide patients with relief.
A federal crackdown on synthetic marijuana – or “spice” – has honed in on Dallas: A local smoke shop chain and its owner are among 28 accused of drug trafficking.
A former police officer stars in a new pro-marijuana ad that has begun airing in Texas’ five largest cities.
The Texas Senate approved a limited medical marijuana bill Thursday, authorizing the sale of Cannabidiol oil (CBD), which is used to help control seizures associated with intractable epilepsy.
In what’s being called the biggest surprise of this year’s legislative season, the house panel voted to legalize marijuana. The bill’s author, a Republican, says marijuana should to be used “for God’s glory” outside of government restrictions.
A global march for marijuana rights takes place tomorrow – and one of the largest rallies in the Southwest United States will be in downtown Fort Worth.
A spike in K2 or “spice” overdoses in marijuana-restrictive states such as Texas has sparked everything from investigation to legislation.
There is a growing trend of Texans leaving the Lone Star state to take part in what has become a Pot Rush in Colorado.
Willie Nelson is jumping into the movement to commercialize marijuana and plans to roll out his own brand of cannabis that he intends to make “the best on the market.”
For now, legalizing marijuana remains out of the question in Texas. But decriminalizing it?
Authorities in Texas seized over two tons of marijuana valued at more than $24 million during a traffic stop in Starr County on Monday morning.
Could medical marijuana soon be legal in Texas?