Alibi V.29 No.23 • June 4-10, 2020

Cannabis Trends in the Mainstream

Cannabis and Coffee

Medical cannabis users, you may have been experiencing the newest trend without even knowing it. Everywhere you look cannabis is in the news. It’s what’s hot, what’s trending. Today the progression appears to be toward CBD and coffee.

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COVID-19 Lifeline Grants for Non-Profits

The New Mexico Humanities Council is currently accepting and approving grant applications up to $7,500 for New Mexico humanities-focused non-profit organizations effected by the COVID-19 crisis.

Alibi V.29 No.22 • May 28-June 3, 2020

Stand Up and Be Counted

If We Can Find You

New Mexico and Alaska have the most undercounted communities in the United States due to their small population which is spread out over a huge land mass. In an average decade, 20 percent of New Mexico's residents aren’t counted due to the rural layout of the state, and the coronavirus pandemic doubles the difficulties.


Cannabis Saves?

Research into Coronavirus and Cannabis

Canadian researchers have been studying the effects of cannabinoids which seem to effect ACE2 pathways the SARS-CoV-2 virus uses to access the body.

Alibi V.29 No.21 • May 21-27, 2020

Do We Count Yet?

Cannabis workers essential, but not

The HEROES Act faces GOP opposition with the inclusion of the SAFE Banking Act. Oregon democratic Representative, Earl Blumenauer, introduced a new bill that will offer cannabis workers some COVID-19 relief.


Vote Like Your Life Depends On It

We can’t afford to be lazy about this one

The New Mexico Supreme Court denied Governor Michelle Lujan-Grisham’s bid to make the ballot completely mail-in. Part of the Supreme Court’s order requires the Bernalillo County clerk’s office to send absentee ballot applications to every registered voter. Applications for an absentee ballot are due by May 28.