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Category: Meeting Notes

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…



Recap: 5 Day Activist Challenge

by Jax

Are you a Cannabis Activist? Last week, nearly 450 Texans did what it takes to get on the court for cannabis activism. You’ve been an advocate for the issue of Cannabis Law Reform, sure, but maybe not where your efforts could really matter. So we covered the first steps you need to take to effectively…



Texas NORML June 2019 Meeting (Video)

Texas NORML holds a meeting on the first Wednesday of each month at the Flamingo Cantina in Austin where the organization provides updates on the progress of cannabis advocacy in Texas.



Medical Cannabis Hearing – How can you help make?

Today, the Senate Health and Human Services Committee met and hosted a hearing on HB 3703, a proposal to make low-THC cannabis available to those with all seizure disorders, multiple sclerosis, and spasticity. Senator Donna Campbell has sponsored the bill in the Senate and offered a committee substitute of the legislation. (UPDATE: The bill was just…



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