Blog Category: Featured


Official Press Release for the 2015 Global Marijuana March of North Texas

Posted on: April 28, 2015

Global Marijuana March to be held in Fort Worth on May 2 The Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (DFW NORML) will be hosting its annual Global Marijuana March in downtown Fort Worth on Saturday, May 2, 2015. Attendance is free. Kicking off the day will be a […]


420 Smoke Down Prohibition with DFW NORML

Posted on: April 15, 2015

DFW NORML is hosting our first ever SMOKE DOWN PROHIBITION celebration at J Gilligan’s Bar and Grill (400 E Abram St, Arlington, Texas 76010) on Monday April 20th from 2pm – 10pm. 18+ Welcome. Cover is $5 for DFW NORML members or $6 for non-members. Expect food, live music, speakers, vendors and more. RSVP and […]

Marijuana Related Bills in the 2015 Texas Legislature

Posted on: March 30, 2015

This page lists each of the cannabis related bills in the 2015 Texas Legislature as well as the committees the bills have been referred to, names and phone numbers of committee members. —– Note: HB stands for House Bill and SB stands for Senate Bill. Marijuana Prohibition: HB 2165 – (Rep. David Simpson) repealing marijuana […]


The Global Marijuana March Returns to Fort Worth on May 2

Posted on: March 30, 2015

For the 3rd year in a row, DFW NORML and Mambo’s Tapas Cantina proudly present the Global Marijuana March of North Texas, featuring speakers, live music, vendor booths, prizes and a march for marijuana to the historic Tarrant County Courthouse. Whether you support medical marijuana, industrial hemp, recreational cannabis for responsible adults or the religious […]


Look for DFW NORML in the 2015 Dallas St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival

Posted on: March 14, 2015

For the 2nd year in a row, DFW NORML will have a float in the Dallas St. Paddy’s Day Parade hosted by the Greenville Avenue Area Business Association. Look for our volunteers, the #420TruthCar and #BlazeTheTahoe in Group #5, float #47. The parade starts at Greenville @ Blackwell and ends at Greenville @ Yale/SMU Blvd. […]


DFW NORML Announces April 2015 Meeting at River Legacy Park in Arlington

Posted on: March 5, 2015

Join DFW NORML and friends on Saturday April 25th at River Legacy Park (Elm Grove Pavilion) in Arlington for our April meeting. Free to attend and open to the public. We’ll discuss current legislation, upcoming events an volunteer opportunities as well as special announcements and more. Mark your calendars, invite your friends and make a […]


A Video Message from Executive Director Shaun McAlister Calling for Your Support of HB2165

Posted on: March 5, 2015

Calling all members, supporters and sponsors of DFW NORML and marijuana law reform in the Lone Star State! We are hereby calling upon you to spend 5 minutes to help us repeal marijuana prohibition! Do I have your attention? As many of you have undoubtedly heard by now, a bill was recently introduced by a […]

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Why is Oregon Marijuana Legalization Important for Texas?

Posted on: March 5, 2015

DFW NORML’s Executive Director Shaun McAlister was invited to speak at the inaugural meeting of the newly formed Portland NORML chapter on the importance of Oregon getting legalization right and how the implementation of their laws impacts our own. Watch the full 20 minute speech here, courtesy of and


DFW NORML’s March Meeting at Wits End in Dallas

Posted on: March 5, 2015

Join DFW NORML and friends on Saturday March 28th for our March meeting at Wits End in Dallas! Our meetings are free to attend and open to the public, meaning you do NOT have to be a current member to be welcome! RSVP on Facebook here Not yet a member? Become a member of DFW NORML […]

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NORML’s Paul Armentano Debunks the Latest Smear Campaign Against Marijuana

Posted on: February 25, 2015

Paul Armentano, National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) joins Thom Hartmann. A new study claims that smoking will make you go crazy – as in psychotic crazy. But what does the majority of scientific research say? And could smoking marijuana actually improve your mental health? From the Big Picture RT.

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