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New Studies Challenge Myths About Marijuana Policy Reform

March 4, 2015
Despite how often the issue is studied, more and more research on marijuana policy reform continues.
New Studies Challenge Myths About Marijuana Policy Reform

Marijuana Policy Reform in the 2015 Texas Legislature

March 2, 2015
Currently, Texas spends $734 million every year on 70,000 marijuana arrests and prosecutions.
Marijuana Policy Reform

Interview: Rep. Joe Moody on His Bill to Reduce Penalties for Small Marijuana Possession

February 12, 2015
Moody proposes changing state law to issue tickets instead of jail time, which would save local taxpayer dollars and allow law enforcement to focus on more serious crimes.

Session 101: How Committees Work

February 3, 2015
The work that goes into the process extends far beyond what we see.
How Committees Work

Senate Rule Changes #Lockout Legislators, Texans

January 23, 2015
By cutting Democrats out of the process, it will be harder for those Democrats to represent their constituents.
Senate Rule Changes #Lockout Legislators, Texans