Cannabis Reform Push in Texas Ends With a Thud
Lawmakers began with dozens of cannabis-related bills, ranging from decriminalization to full legalization. While medical cannabis expansion was signed into law, it was “watered-down.”
Texas Lawmakers Again Tackle Medical Cannabis Expansion
In the country’s second most populous state, only three entities are licensed to provide medical cannabis — and only products low in THC.
Texas: A Thin Line Between Over the Counter and Licensed Medical CBD Products
Under new rules, a limited “low-THC” medical program must coexist with retail products in a somewhat blurry regulatory framework.
Today, Texas’ Cannabis Industry Is Tiny. Cannabis Giants See Potential.
Cannabis Wire has found that major cannabis companies, like Canopy Growth, are registered to lobby.
Texas Senate Votes to Expand Access to Medical Cannabis
Countless new patients could now qualify for the state’s Compassionate Use Program—but activists and Democratic lawmakers say the reforms don’t go far enough.
Medical Cannabis: Once Again, Texas Teeters on the Edge of Reform
Two bills headed out of the Texas House have advocates hopeful, but the Senate has sent mixed messages. The state has edged up to cannabis reform before, only to retreat.
Texas: As Many Focus on the Midterms, Pro-Cannabis Energy Builds Around 2019
When it comes to cannabis, even the consequential congressional midterm elections here serve as a primer for the main event, when the Texas General Assembly reconvenes next year.
Effort to Oust Texas Rep. Pete Sessions Hampered by Fundraising Shortfall
A fundraising push promised by Rob Kampia, the former head of Marijuana Policy Project, one of the nation's largest and oldest pro-legalization groups, fell flat.