Foundation for an Informed Texas – FIT works to provide Texans with knowledge about cannabis, the biological mechanisms, the physiological aspects and socio-economic impacts through tools and resources such as seminars, trainings, and on-line resources.

Foundation for an Informed Texas (FIT) is a 501c3, tax-deductible, educational nonprofit focused on educating Texans about cannabis through tools, resources and outreach.

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Foundation for an Informed Texas works to provide Texans with the knowledge about cannabis, the biological mechanisms, the physiological aspects and socio-economic impacts. FIT works to engage the community regarding how the legislative and political processes work and to educate legislators and staffers regarding the scientific realities of cannabis.

Our organization engages with the community through:

  • Online tools and resources
  • Educational seminars and trainings
  • Outreach programs
  • Keeping community updated on current events
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Texas Compassionate Use Program

In 2015, the Texas Compassionate Use Program (TCUP) was authored by Republicans in both the state House and Senate. It passed out of the Senate 30-1 and out of the House with more than a super majority. Governor Abbott held a signing ceremony to bring this important program into effect. In 2016, TCUP was added to the Texas GOP Platform as Plank 165. In 2019, the Texas Legislature passed changes that make the program more inclusive to conditions.

TCUP provides low-THC cannabis oil to registered patients who have a prescription from their physician. This program serves several conditions – those include all epilepsy and seizure disorders, multiple sclerosis, spasticity, terminal cancer, incurable neurological disorders, autism, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).. TCUP is designed to only serve Texas residents. Low-THC cannabis oil contains .5% Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), with THC being the only restricted cannabinoid.

Medical cannabis is not legal for most Texans. Every Texans should be able to choose a remedy that works for them. You can find out more about the limited cannabis medical program in Texas here.

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Donations to FIT, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, are tax-deductible.

FIT works to provide Texans with knowledge about cannabis, the biological mechanisms, the physiological aspects and socio-economic impacts through tools and resources such as seminars, trainings, and on-line resources.

Whether you want to contribute as an individual, corporation, or both, FIT has several inaugural sponsor levels.

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Support our educational mission today!

Donations to FIT, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, are tax-deductible.