If you would like to make an offline donation, you can send a check to the following address:
Texas NORML 3571 Far West Blvd, Austin, TX 78731 (512) 931-4367
You can also make a donation in person at our monthly meetings. Thank you for your generous donation and for supporting the reform of cannabis laws in Texas.
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The group’s Mission Statement is:
TX NORML Women’s Cancer Wellness and Support group is created to enable women to support each other when going through or coping with Cancer treatment. This group is an outreach to patients, caregivers, and those seeking support. The group will be a safe place to gather, to discuss thoughts, information and experiences. The goal is to provide a place to learn, grow, heal, unite, and support one another.
On a daily basis, we learn of more women being touched by Cancer. Whether you have been diagnosed, are a family member supporting a loved one or have gone through treatment and are now looking for others whom you can relate to; this group is made for you. We want to offer a safe place for women who want to discuss their current treatment plan and/or may be looking for alternative treatment plan information to either replace or augment their current therapy. The intent of the group is to offer alternative information, that may not be readily available to individuals, and present other forms of alternative therapy that can provide additional relief or assistance to a patient’s situation. These alternatives may be related to cannabis treatment programs, body healing, nutrition or other subject matters that members want to explore.
Our mission is to change marijuana laws so that it reflects the majority opinion of Texans which is that the responsible use of cannabis by adults and patients should no longer be subject to penalty.
Our focus is to increase public awareness of current laws regarding cannabis, as well as the legislative system and legislation regarding cannabis consumers in Texas.
4 #Texas companies are suing to overturn the state’s new ban on the manufacture & sale of smokable #hemp products, which they warn will shut Texas companies out of a multibillion-dollar industry and lead to inaccurately labeled products on store shelves.
End the federal prohibition on marijuana, expunge the records of low-level drug offenders, and make sure that those most targeted by the war on drugs have equitable access to a cannabis industry that will pump billions in revenue into the Texas economy.
"(Shops have) been able to stay open, keep people employed. We hope that's able to continue. But if they take a hit to income due to the retail shops not being able to sell smokeable CBD, that could be problematic for them," she said.