Legislative Updates

A bill to significantly expand Texas' medical marijuana program is advancing in the legislature

The bill expands the state's current medical cannabis program to those who would otherwise have been prescribed opiates for pain.

By Sanford Nowlin

The Texas House voted last week to advance a bipartisan bill that would grow the state's limited medical marijuana program by opening it to people who suffer from chronic pain. House Bill 1805's next stop is the Texas Senate, where it could face resistance from Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, who's served as a roadblock for previous marijuana reform proposals. Even so, some in the cannabis industry predict it will ultimately pass...

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25 things to do in the San Antonio area when you're stoned AF

Whether you need 4/20 as an excuse to blaze or you keep a bong in every room and a jar full of…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Marvel at murals while cars rumble overhead
Corner of E. Quincy and N. St. Mary’s Streets under I-35, sanantoniostreetart.org
There are few SA stoner diversions that can trump wandering the space beneath the Interstate 35 underpass at the intersection Quincy and St. Mary's streets. Mindblowing murals plus the weird sound of cars thunk-a-thunking along the highway overhead? Sign us up. Right fucking now.
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