Law360 (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- Texas has maintained its reputation as being a “conservative” state despite the results of the 2018 mid-term elections. But, as the surprisingly close Texas Senate election suggests, things may be a-changin’. While Texas may not be a “blue state,” or even a “purple” one, voters’ electoral preferences and state legislators’ priorities suggest things might be loosening up a bit in the Lone Star State.
For example, at least 10 bills have been filed in advance of the 2019 Texas legislative session seeking to liberalize the state’s marijuana laws. Both parties appear interested in expanding the use of low-THC medical marijuana. One...
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