San Marcos voters are weighing in on weed decriminalization in November. San Antonio could follow.

SAN MARCOS — Activists are turning to Texas State University students to increase voter turnout in San Marcos as part of a push to decriminalize lo...

September 20, 2022
3:24 AM

SAN MARCOS — Activists are turning to Texas State University students to increase voter turnout in San Marcos as part of a push to decriminalize low-level marijuana offenses.Proposition A, as it will be listed on San Marcos voters' ballots this November, seeks to decriminalize possession of up to 4 ounces of marijuana in the city. Getting the item on the ballot has been a months-long effort by Hays County social justice group Mano Amiga and Ground Game, a Texas voter engagement organization. San Marcos is just one city on an ever-growing list pushing for decriminalization.

Megan Rodriguez