Pot producers eager to ramp up, as legalization approaches

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) – Several medical marijuana providers on Wednesday warned of a potential cannabis shortage in late June, when the first provisions of a new law go into effect to legalize recreational marijuana in New Mexico.

Recreational Marijuana: What you need to know in 10 numbers

21 Years The legal age to purchase, possess, and use cannabis under the new law is 21. Additionally, to work in the emerging cannabis industry, you must be 21 or older. But lawmakers are aware that younger adults may try to acquire and use marijuana. So, the bill includes guidelines for restricting

Let’s Talk The New World Of Legal Cannabis

Let’s Talk New Mexico 4/08 8am: Last week in a special session of the New Mexico Legislature lawmakers moved to legalize recreational cannabis and Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is expected to sign the legislation. The changes allows individuals to grow for personal use or to sell with a micro-business license

Recreational marijuana bill heads to governor’s desk for final approval

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Recreational cannabis is one step closer to being legalized in the state, all it needs now is the governor’s signature. The New Mexico Senate voted to legalize recreational marijuana Wednesday night. For years, legislation to legalize recreational marijuana has died or stalled in the Senate, so

Special session underway in Santa Fe

Recreational cannabis main focus SANTA FE, N.M. — From pot plant producer limits to expungements for previous cannabis crimes to keeping kids and our roadways safe – state lawmakers still have a few things to hash out if they are to pass a recreational cannabis bill this special session.

Marijuana bill to be split for special session

LAS CRUCES – New Mexico State Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Joseph Cervantes, D-Las Cruces, said legislation to legalize recreational marijuana sales may be split into two bills when the Legislature convenes for a special session Tuesday, March 30.