During our recent 10 city workshop tour, we asked the attendees to fill out a survey to provide feedback on the impact of the event for them. They filled out a questionnaire at the beginning and end of the workshop, rating on a scale of 1 to 5, their understanding on a variety of topics as well as offering feedback on what they enjoyed and how we can improve for the future. Please donate to support our educational work! Here are the results of the survey: Well over three hundred Texans attended our workshops in 10 cities. Here is how the attendance broke down. This was the sixth workshop tour we have hosted. We wanted to understand how many new people we were reaching. Our survey […]
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For the Informed Texas Veteran Seminar in Haltom City, Lisa L. Pittman, Esq (Member of Texas Hemp Advisory Council) recorded an update on the Texas Hemp Program’s regulations, fee structures, when you will interact with DPS and when licensing for farmers will likely begin. Or watch HERE.
In an update, Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw has announced that in March the department will use their new testing method to start testing felony cannabis flower possession charges going back back to June 10, 2019. There are 845 cases that fall into this category. They will not be accepting misdemeanor cases, likely because of the high volume of arrest (over 80,000 a year). Nor will they be testing felony concentrate materials at this time. This leaves agencies in many areas to use costly private labs or forego pursuing cannabis cases. Read the letter. Please donate to support our important educational work.