A month after a Texas health agency proposed cracking down on CBD, the cannabis industry is actively trying to change the minds of health authorities about CBD to keep the products on shelves throughout the state.
Lone Star State voters support legal marijuana almost 2-1, according to a new Quinnipiac University Poll.
Texas hasn’t legalized marijuana, but that hasn’t stopped some entrepreneurs from planting their flags early, wagering that the Lone Star State will one day have its own “green rush.”
Go inside the Zartler family’s home as they prepare for court and the see photos of the family following the judge’s ruling in father Mark Zartler’s favor.
Cruz is among the most conservative members of the Senate. O’Rourke has positioned himself as more of a moderate, supports legalizing marijuana.
Mark Zartler says marijuana is the only medicine that abates his daughter Kara’s dangerous bouts of self-abuse. Texas Child Protective Services say administering it to her constitutes physical abuse.
Reporter John Ingold clarifies a basic fact about post-legalization Colorado following the Texas coach’s discrimination: The kids aren’t all stoned.
Mike Jeffcoat, the coach of Texas Wesleyan’s baseball team, has been fired over comments he made about Colorado recruits.
“Thanks for the interest in our program. Unfortunately, we are not recruiting players from the state of Colorado. In the past, players have had trouble passing our drug test. We have made a decision to not take a chance on Student-athletes from your state…”
A 6-year-old girl became the first person in Texas to receive a legal delivery of medical marijuana grown and produced in the Lone Star State.
A form of CBD tailored to treat seizures is on the cusp of becoming available in Texas, but only for a small segment of people suffering from a rare form of epilepsy.
In 2018, Texas will mark a marijuana milestone: introducing a medical cannabis program so restrictive that doubts swirl over who will even use it.
State police and marines have seized more than 5 tons of marijuana near the Texas border in the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas.
The first Texas CBD products are expected to be available in December; one company seeking to be first to market will be delivering direct to patients
El Paso County commissioners unanimously approved a program to waive marijuana charges for community service for first-time offenders possessing 2 ounces or less.
Authorities in Bexar County, Texas, which includes San Antonio, are seeking to have misdemeanor offenders found with marijuana receive a citation, not jail.
A Texas pilot who flew from Oregon to Arizona to Texas drew law enforcement attention must serve three years in federal prison for marijuana smuggling.
Texas has issued its first medical marijuana license, and two more companies are expected to be awarded licenses soon.
A “private edict” issued by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott “substantially weakened” the state’s nascent medical marijuana program, according to Texas Cannabis Industry Association letter to state officials.
A Houston lawyer released a video showing a sheriff’s deputy removing the pants of a handcuffed woman pinned to the ground to perform a body cavity search.
Op-ed: No one in Texas has more cultural credibility or cachet than Willie Nelson does. He should leverage it to help end the state’s marijuana prohibition.
The Texas Legislature is examining a bipartisan law to let some first-time, low-level offenders, including marijuana possessors, seal their criminal records.
Following the life and death of Texas HB 2107: Advocates’ concerted efforts for medical marijuana yield surprising results before an ultimate letdown.
Medical marijuana advocates in Texas are promoting support from more conservative sources to push longshot medical marijuana legislation.
Texas Democratic Rep. Beto O’Rourke has introduced a bill repealing a federal law encouraging states to suspend or revoke driver’s licenses of people convicted of drug offenses.