Texas A&M University-Commerce

Texas A&M University-Commerce associate professor of counseling Dr. LaVelle Hendricks says marijuana for sale on the street today is much more powerful than a generation ago, and so he is skeptical of calls for legalization, decriminalization and medical marijuana.  Dr. Hendricks also warns again of the danger of a new synthetic drug called "krokodil."

Researchers say that both nationwide and in Texas, arrests for marijuana possession show enforcement disparities along racial lines.

The A&M-Commerce police department, after running tests, has determined that the plant extracted from a decorative planter on campus Thursday is, in fact, marijuana.

Judge Caught with Drugs

Feb 10, 2012

A marijuana possession charge has been handed down to a Guadalupe County judge.