The Texas Department of Public Safety abruptly suspended the permitting process just one week after launching it.
Some patient advocates are concerned that the policy could lead to illegal behavior.
The policy change flaunts evidence that extracurricular activities can prevent drug use.
Thanks to the recent change in law, misdemeanors are getting reviewed and dismissed.
Traditionally red Texas is looking just a little greener.
Customs and Border Protection have seized more than 9,500 pounds of marijuana from drug traffickers in the past five days.
The revision also axed a cannabis research program, despite lingering questions surrounding the drug’s effectiveness.
If signed into law, House Bill 1365 would grant medical marijuana access to countless Texans.
Texas Rep. Joe Moody's watered-down decriminalization bill won over House colleagues, but not staunch anti-cannabis senators.
But does the bill have even the slightest chance of being signed into law?