V.28 No.33 | 8/15/2019
Wacky World of Weed Law
Confusion abounds in post-hemp legalization
Some states that legalized hemp have law enforcement which can't measure THC; court rules New Mexico ID is not required for medical cannabis card; Orange Apricot OG is recommended for those suffering from fatigue, stress or sleeplessness.
V.28 No.32 | 8/8/2019
Too Cool For School
Districts struggle with new rule
School districts are bucking a rule that allows students enrolled in the state's Medical Cannabis Program to receive doses of marijuana while on campus; Democratic candidates for president thrust skewers at one other over cannabis legalization.
V.28 No.31 | 8/1/2019
Here Comes the Judge
Court asked to rule on non-resident cannabis cards
Non-residents have asked a judge to force the Department of Health to enroll them in the Medical Cannabis Program; Senate support for SAFE Banking Act unsure; CBD might be useful in treating stimulent addiction; Banana Punch does a great job at relieving pain and tension.
V.28 No.30 | 7/25/2019
CBD Causes Headaches
FDA faces pressure from all sides
Debate over CBD is heats up in FDA tug-of-war; Department of Health held public hearing over plant limits; Candyland is perfect for those suffering from depression and fatigue, but might be a bit much for those prone to paranoia or anxiety.
V.28 No.29 | 7/18/2019
Get With the Program
New laws make some uncomfortable
The recent Medical Marijuana Changes bill has the Albuquerque Journal Editorial Board in an uproar and the first meeting of the governor's Cannabis Legalization Working Group went down last week.
V.28 No.28 | 7/11/2019
DEA gets sued and sued again
DAE sued over delays in cannabis research applications; Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced the creation of the Cannabis Legalization Working Group; First 48 is perfect for those suffering from depression.
V.28 No.27 | 7/4/2019
Gestures and Moves
Lawmakers make weak signals
Three big pieces of legislation were introduced last week that could have a drastic effect on the marijuana industry and its consumers; New Mexico law decriminalizing the possession of small amounts of cannabis went into effect this week; Lemon OG is perfect for those suffering from depression or malaise.
V.28 No.26 | 6/27/2019
Congress blocks feds from enforcing drug laws
House votes to block DoJ from enforcing cannabis prohibition, study found CBD exposure elevates liver toxicity, and Summer Breeze would be great for someone suffering from anxiety, depression or exhaustion.
V.28 No.25 | 6/20/2019
Loopholes and Lassos
Did New Mexico legalize out-of-state patients?
Non-residents may be eligible for New Mexico's medical cannabis program; physicians are undereducated with respect to cannabis, but as people who aren't doctors it seems that Night Terror OG may be just the thing for anyone suffering from stress, exhaustion or insomnia.
V.28 No.24 | 6/13/2019
NM expands medical program
The state has finally expanded its medical cannabis program to include opioid addiction in its list of qualifying conditions; a Louisiana coroner is blaming a woman's death on an overdose of THC concentrate; Alien Brownies is great for those suffering from anxiety or tension.
V.28 No.23 | 6/6/2019
The Future Is CBD
Federal agencies make way
TSA has “quietly changed its cannabis policy” to allow passengers to bring CBD products on flights; starting in 2020, marijuana customers in Colorado will be allowed to consume cannabis in “tasting rooms”; Secret Formula #2 is relaxing and pleasant—a great foil for depression—but probably not the best choice for the uninitiated.
V.28 No.22 | 5/30/2019
Dems drop the ball on legalization
While our leaders sit around comparing donation receipts, their constituents suffer from crime and government overreach; UNM researchers are looking into how medical cannabis affects veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress; Diesel Dough is perfect for those suffering from depression or pain, just make sure to stay home.
V.28 No.21 | 5/23/2019
Testing the Wind
Even cannabis opponents are giving in
Legalization is starting to look inevitable; restrictions cause product shortages; Bayside Purple appears helpful for those who are suffering from pain but don't want to get put down for the count.
V.28 No.20 | 5/16/2019
Bank on This
Support for SAFE Act on the rise
House Financial Services Committee votes to advance SAFE Act to floor; Marijuana Freedom and Opportunity Act reintroduced; Candy Rain enlivens and stimulates.
V.28 No.19 | 5/9/2019
Big Money Is on Hemp
NM investors psyched for new industry
Hemp to “play a key role” in the diversification of New Mexico's economy and Texas is considering big changes to marijuana policy.