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  1. Ron Strider

    After Several Steps Forward In 2017, Here's What's Next For Texas Marijuana Policy

    One of the biggest positive steps for marijuana reform in Texas in 2017 happened here in Dallas. On Dec. 1, the city began issuing citations, rather than making arrests, for possession of less than 4 ounces of marijuana. Those busted are still subject to the same penalties as they were before...
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    TX: State Proposes To Increases App Fee For Cannabis Oil Dispensers From $6K To $1.3M

    Austin — Businesses that want to dispense legally approved cannabis oil in Texas may soon be expected to pay a substantial application fee. The original license application fee for a CBD oil dispensing organization was set back in December 2015 at $6,000. The Department of Public Safety is...
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    Texans Gather To Rally For Marijuana Reform

    Nearly 30 South Plains residents gathered in Lubbock Sunday, seeking political coaching as they prepared to rally for changes to Texas' marijuana policy. They attendees requested this training from Texans for Responsible Marijuana Policy, a statewide coalition who provide training on...