As per Norml’s website
Texas lawmakers have filed multiple bills related to cannabis law reform.
SB 121 seeks to let doctors decide who should be a qualified patient. It creates protections for medical cannabis patients and caregivers. Additionally, it creates a Medical Cannabis Research Advisory Board.
SB 127 seeks to let Doctors decide who should be a qualified patient. It creates parental protections for medical cannabis patients
HB 218 reduces the penalties for possession of 1 oz or less of cannabis flower or cannabis concentrates while also instructing officers to no longer make arrests for the possession of personal use amounts of either marijuana or related paraphernalia. Additionally, it facilitates a process for the expungement of past marijuana convictions.
HB 388 seeks to reduce the penalties of possession of 2 oz or less of marijuana while also striking certain enhancements.
HB 520 seeks to remove and reduce penalties related to multiple levels of possession of cannabis flower.
SB 208 reduces penalties related to activities involving the delivery and possession of cannabis flowers.
SB 209 seeks to regulate the cultivation, manufacture, processing, distribution, sale, testing, transportation, delivery, transfer, possession, and use of cannabis and cannabis products. Those 21 and up could possess up to 2.5 oz of cannabis flower or 15 g of cannabis concentrates. It would also allow the home cultivation of up to 12 plants. It creates parental protections for legal cannabis consumers.
SJR 22 proposes a constitutional amendment to direct the legislature to authorize and regulate the possession, cultivation, and sale of cannabis for adults. If the legislation passed both chambers with a super-majority, the following ballot measure would appear on the November 2024 ballot: “The constitutional amendment directing the legislature to authorize and regulate the possession, cultivation, and sale of cannabis.”