A Public Policy Polling survey recently completed for Texas showed majority support for both medical and recreational use of marijuana as well as a desire to change the state’s laws to lower penalties for recreational possession.
The survey was comprised of three primary questions, the first asking if the respondent would support or oppose changing the law in Texas to allow seriously and terminally ill patients to use medical marijuana for a limited number of conditions if their doctors recommend it.
Source: Texas Cannabis Report. Read full article. (link)