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Category: Education

HHSC Executive Council Meets to Discuss Vaping and Definition for Incurable Neurodegenerative Diseases

by Jax

Today in Austin, the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) Executive Council held a meeting to discuss the current vaping issues in Texas and the proposed definition for a condition recently added to the Texas Compassionate Use Program (TCUP), incurable neurodegenerative diseases. Our executive director attended the public meeting and below are items of note…



[LBJ Future Forum] Legalizing Marijuana: What are the economic, social, and cultural impacts?

by Jax

Last week, the LBJ Future Forum hosted a discussion to hear where the legalization debate is headed in Texas and how it could affect our economy, communities, and political climate. The Future Forum is the LBJ Presidential Library’s vibrant, public policy group. The panel discussion was “Legalizing Marijuana: What are the economic, social, and cultural…



Texas: Consumable Hemp Regulatory Hearing Scheduled and Federal Banking Bill Advances

​The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) will host a public hearing​ on October 3 in Austin to accept comments about the regulation of consumable hemp products (including CBD), registration and licensing as well testing for retail products. It is important to see sensible consumer protections while being diligent during the regulatory process so DSHS doesn’t…



UPDATE: TCUP License Applications Are Open and DSHS Considers Condition Definition

by Jax

The recently expanded Compassionate Use Act provides additional medical conditions for which low-THC cannabis may be prescribed. On September 11th, the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) held a public hearing to define one of the newly added qualifying conditions, “Incurable Neurodegenerative Diseases”. You can review the draft definition HERE. In anticipation of an increase…



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