Texas: Leading Marijuana Prohibitionist Fails In Congressional Re-Election Bid

House Rules Committee Meets To Formulate Rule Providing Authority To Initiate Litigation Against Actions By The President

One of Congress’ most powerful and vocal marijuana prohibitionists, Republican Pete Sessions of Texas, failed in his re-election bid for Congress’ 32nd District. Sessions was defeated by Democratic challenger Colin Allred.

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Getting Out The Marijuana Vote in Texas

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Texas voters will head to the polls this November, and some will be armed with information about the candidates’ stances on various marijuana policies.

Through the collective efforts of numerous people around the state, Texas NORML has produced the Texas Marijuana Policy Voter Guide. The non-profit organization, which is dedicated to changing cannabis laws, routinely publishes this guide during the primaries and general elections. The first such guide was created in 2012.

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Texas NORML: Veterans Conference

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Join Texas Veterans for our statewide Veterans Conference at our Capitol in Austin, noon to 5pm in the Capitol Legislative Conference Center, Room E2.002. We will hear veterans, patients and caregivers discuss how our healing plant helps their PTSD, chronic pain and other serious conditions.

Please pre-register. This will allows us to ensure we adequate resources for all attendees. Please note that there is an option to purchase a Texas Veteran shirt with your free registration. These shirts will only be available for advance purchase, as we cannot sell them at the Capitol.

We will discuss:

*Medical marijuana bill and strategy for the 2019 legislative session

*Federal marijuana legislation that affects veterans

We invite patients and caregivers to join us for this event. This event is free and family friendly.

After Social – Brick Oven (1209 Red River St, Austin, TX 78701). This will be an informal get together. Each person will be responsible for their own tab.