A new proposal would use taxes from medical cannabis sales to help people buy weed and fund the police.
Some patient advocates are concerned that the policy could lead to illegal behavior.
New Mexico Health Secretary Kathyleen Kunkel's expansion of medical cannabis access fulfills one of Gov. Grisham's campaign pledges.
A legalization bill failed to pass — but residents will no longer fear jail time for pot possession.
With the vote, New Mexico residents are one step closer to cannabis justice.
Home grow advocates need to check the difference between the two proposals.
Cannabis advocates who wanted to set up an informational booth at the state fair were met with restrictions that have been deemed unreasonable.
Senate Bill 204 will help students who rely on medical cannabis for their health.
Right now, medical marijuana patients in New Mexico are at-risk of losing their jobs.
Do Gary Johnson's financial connections to the legal cannabis industry represent a conflict of interests?