Texas Just Approved A Limited Medical Marijuana Bill

The Texas House of Representatives voted 96 to 34 to approve the second reading of a Senate bill that would allow limited use of Cannabidiol oils, a marijuana derivative, Progress Texas said in a press release.

TEXAS: Medical marijuana could be legal in Texas, sort of.  The Texas House of Representatives voted 96 to 34 to approve the second reading of a Senate bill that would allow limited use of Cannabidiol oils, a marijuana derivative, Progress Texas said in a press release.

And the proposals authors are Republican! Crazy.

Maybe the times are a changin’? 

Progress Texas Executive Deputy Ed Espinoza said the approval is historic.

He is right.

“Marijuana policy reform has made history in Texas! More than 20,000 people engaged in a serious conversation this year, and we are pleased to see strong support from a bipartisan majority,” Espinoza said in a press release.

Read full article @ SACurrent.com

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