Cannabis in New Mexico


Historic recreational marijuana bill includes big changes

HB 356 made history late on Thursday night as the first recreational marijuana proposal to be approved in New Mexico. Big changes were made to the bill during the 3-hour debate on the House floor HB 356 made history late on Thursday night as the first recreational marijuana proposal to be approved in New Mexico. […]

New Mexico Senate OKs Medical Cannabis at Schools

A bill that would allow the use of medical cannabis at schools zoomed off the Senate floor Monday afternoon. Senate Bill 204, co-sponsored by Sens. Candace Gould, R-Albuquerque, and Jacob Candelaria, D-Albuquerque, and Rep. Gail Armstrong, R-Socorro, would allow children who are qualified patients to use the medicine in school settings and permit school personnel […]

Recreational Marijuana Closer to Reality in New Mexico

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Legal recreational pot is inching closer to becoming a reality in New Mexico as state lawmakers push measures forward in Santa Fe. House Bill 356 passed the House Judiciary Committee Saturday and is now headed to the House floor for a vote — a first in state history. Meanwhile, Republican senators had their […]

New Mexico: Marijuana Legalization Effort

Legislation is pending, House Bill 356, to permit the use, possession, and retail sale of cannabis for adults 21 and over. A separate proposal is also pending to permit adult use marijuana sales, Senate Bill 577, with retail stores being regulated and operated by the state government as opposed to being privately operated. Statewide polling data shows that 60 percent of […]

Governor touts bill to make hemp production easier in New Mexico

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The governor tweeted out Wednesday night saying she’s supporting a bill that would expand the commercial and industrial use of hemp. The bill’s sponsor says it’s going to bring an economic boom to the state. Lawmakers are looking at different ways to grow New Mexico’s economy. The governor and a […]

Congressional Hearing On Marijuana Banking Held

The House Financial Services subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Financial Institutions held a hearing Wednesday to address the lack of access to basic banking services by state-legal marijuana businesses. Currently, state-licensed marijuana businesses face a web of conflicting regulations and federal prohibitions largely prohibit these businesses from partnering with financial institutions, processing credit cards, and taking […]

Senator Introduces “420” Bill to Legalize Cannabis Federally

Leo Bear-McGuinnessScience Writer Marijuana could soon become legal in every US state, if a new Senate bill is passed. The bill, playfully labeled S.420, was introduced to the Senate last week by Ron Wyden, a Democrat and Oregon Senator. “It’s time to bring our country’s marijuana policies into the 21st century, and my legislation is the […]

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NM recreational cannabis bill advances

Christina Rodriguez February 09, 2019 Recreational marijuana is one step closer to becoming a reality in our state. On Saturday, HB 356 advanced in the House Health and Human Services Committee. HB 356 would regulate the use, production and sale of cannabis and cannabis products for those over the age of 21. “It’s time that […]

S. 420 Introduced To End Federal Prohibition And Regulate Marijuana Nationwide

Senator Ron Wyden has introduced legislation in the Senate — The Marijuana Revenue and Regulation Act— to permit states to establish their own marijuana regulatory policies free from federal interference. In addition to removing marijuana from the United States Controlled Substances Act, this legislation also removes enforcement power from the US Drug Enforcement Administration in matters […]