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87th Texas Legislature

87th Texas Legislature – Texas NORML


The 87th Texas Legislature will convene on January 12, but lawmakers have already begun pre-filing bills relating to cannabis! Follow this page to track the progress of cannabis legislation and take action to ensure that your representative and senator know about your support for reform! (Bookmark for future use through the session!)


HB 43 by Rep. Alex Dominguez (Medical Cannabis) Relating to authorizing the possession, use, cultivation, distribution, transportation, and delivery of medical cannabis for medical use by patients with certain eligible medical conditions and the licensing of dispensing organizations; changing a fee.

HB 94 by Rep. Ron Reynolds (Medical Cannabis) Relating to authorizing the possession, use, cultivation, distribution, transportation, and delivery of medical cannabis for medical use by qualifying patients with certain debilitating medical conditions and the licensing of dispensing organizations and testing facilities; authorizing fees.

HB 809 by Rep. Julie Johnson (Medical Cannabis) Relating to authorizing the possession, use, cultivation, distribution, transportation, and delivery of medical cannabis for medical use by patients with post-traumatic stress disorder and the licensing of medical cannabis dispensing organizations; authorizing fees.

HB 1001 by Rep. Eddie Lucio III (Medical Cannabis) Relating to the medical use of low-THC cannabis by certain patients with post-traumatic stress disorder under the Texas Compassionate Use Act.

SB 90 by Sen. José Menéndez (Medical Cannabis) Relating to authorizing the possession, use, cultivation, distribution, transportation, and delivery of medical cannabis for medical use by qualifying patients with certain debilitating medical conditions and the licensing of dispensing organizations and testing facilities; authorizing fees.

SB 250 by Sen. Carol Alvarado (Medical Cannabis) Relating to authorizing the possession, use, cultivation, distribution, transportation, and delivery of medical cannabis for medical use by patients for whom a physician determines medical use is the best available treatment for the patient’s medical condition or symptoms and the licensing of medical cannabis dispensing organizations; authorizing fees.

HB 99 by Rep. Steve Toth (Penalty Reduction) Relating to the possession of two ounces or less of marihuana; authorizing a fee.

HB 169 by Rep. Senfronia Thompson (Penalty Reduction) Relating to the criminal penalties for the possession of small amounts of Penalty Group 1 controlled substances and marihuana.

HB 439 by Rep. Terry Canales (Penalty Reduction) Relating to the criminal penalties for the possession of small amounts of Penalty Group 1 controlled substances and marihuana.

HB 441 by Rep. Erin Zwiener (Penalty Reduction) Relating to the criminal penalties for the possession of small amounts of Penalty Group 1 controlled substances and marihuana.

HB 498 by Rep. Gene Wu (Penalty Reduction) Relating to the prosecution of and penalties for possession of one ounce or less of marihuana.

HB 585 by Rep. Sheryl Cole (Penalty Reduction) Relating to the prosecution of and penalties for possession of marihuana.

HB 616 by Rep. Harold Dutton, Jr. (Penalty Reduction) Relating to the criminal penalties for possession of two grams or less of marihuana.

SB 151 by Sen. Nathan Johnson (Penalty Reduction) Relating to the criminal penalties for possession or delivery of marihuana and marihuana concentrate.

HB 307 by Rep. Nicole Collier (Affirmative Defense) Relating to a defense to prosecution for the possession of certain consumable hemp products containing a controlled substance or marihuana.

HB 859 by Rep. Nicole Collier (Expungement) Relating to the expunction of all records and files related to arrests for certain decriminalized misdemeanor offenses.

HB 447 by Rep. Joe Moody (Legalization) Relating to authorizing the possession, use, cultivation, distribution, transportation, and delivery of medical cannabis for medical use by qualifying patients with certain debilitating medical conditions and the licensing of dispensing organizations and testing facilities; authorizing fees.

SB 140 by Sen. Roland Gutierrez (Legalization) Relating to the regulation of the cultivation, manufacture, distribution, sale, testing, possession, and use of cannabis and cannabis products; authorizing the imposition of taxes and fees; requiring an occupational license; creating a criminal offense; to border security enhancement projects and the creation of a fund to pay for those projects; to authorizing the possession, use, cultivation, distribution, transportation, and delivery of medical cannabis and the licensing of medical cannabis dispensing organizations.

SB 269 by Sen. Royce West (Legalization) Relating to the regulation of the cultivation, manufacture, processing, distribution, sale, testing, transportation, delivery, transfer, possession, and use of cannabis and cannabis products and the allocation of tax revenue derived from cannabis and cannabis products; authorizing the imposition of fees; requiring an occupational license; creating a criminal offense.

HJR 11 by Rep. Ron Reynolds (Constitutional Amendment: Medical Cannabis) Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize and regulate the possession, cultivation, and sale of cannabis for medical use.

HJR 28 by Rep. Lyle Larson (Constitutional Amendment: Medical Cannabis) Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize and regulate the possession, cultivation, and sale of cannabis for medical use.

HJR 13 by Rep. Terry Canales (Constitutional Amendment: Legalization) Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize and regulate the possession, cultivation, and sale of cannabis.

SJR 16 by Sen. Sarah Eckhardt (Constitutional Amendment: Legalization) Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize and regulate the possession, cultivation, and sale of cannabis.

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