Officials in three of five Texas cities that voted to decriminalize weed are trying to derail those efforts

Activists said they don't plan to give up ground after voters overwhelmingly cast ballots for decriminalization.

By Sanford Nowlin

Although voters in five Texas cities voted during the midterms to decriminalize cannabis, reporting by Marijuana Moment suggests municipal officials aren't exactly ready to get on board. City councils and other local officials in at least three of those cities are actively working to thwart the reforms approved by voters, according to the news site. Here's a quick rundown:

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