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Texas (Yes, Texas!) Will Have A Medical Marijuana Program — Sort...

In a stunning turn of events, the Texas Senate unanimously approved the expansion of the state’s medical marijuana program to include more qualifying conditions and make the process easier for patients.

What In The Hell Is Texas Doing With Medical Marijuana And...

Will decriminalization and medical marijuana come to the Lone Star state, or will Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick block its passage?

Texas Continues To Take Baby Steps Towards Legalization

If Texas manages to pass the law, it would become the 25th state to decriminalize cannabis.

How Would Whole Foods Selling Marijuana Impact The Industry?

Although it could be some years before we start seeing major retail chains selling marijuana in the U.S., this concept will likely become part of the central vein of big business.

Cannabis Bills Filed In Missouri And Texas

The 2019 Legislative session for the state of Texas is about to start, and when it does, 12 bills among the pre-filed selections will focus on marijuana legalization for medical use.

Less Than 0.01% Of Texas Patients Have Been Prescribed Medical Marijuana

Of the estimated 150,000 people the medicine could help, only 574 patients have been issued prescriptions.

Reefer Madness Reaches Absurd Levels On ‘Fox & Friends’

Cannabis legalization is one of the few remaining bipartisan issues in this country. So why is FOX News ignoring their audience's more nuanced opinions?

A City In Texas Is Allowing People To Test Out Self-Driving...

The city of Arlington, Texas plans on becoming one of the first cities that tests out self-driving cars, encouraging everyone to take a trip aboard their brightly colored smart vehicles.

Texas Lawmaker Optimistic About State Decriminalizing Marijuana

If you want to know why Texan cannabis advocates are confident you have to look across the aisle at state Republicans.

Texas Rep. Pete Sessions: When Will His War On Marijuana End?

We are learning that Sessions is the great saboteur when it comes to making progress with pot in the lower chamber of Congress.