New Mexico Medical Cannabis Business & Marijuana Legal News

A New Mexico legislative committee Monday advanced a social equity and microbusiness-focused adult-use marijuana legalization bill while tabling a more industry-oriented measure. The early step indicates what direction the Legislature appears to be headed and reflects a pronounced national trend to include social justice and equity provisions in virtually everyContinue Reading

New Mexico cannabis regulators are seeking to suspend the license of a Santa Fe-based medical marijuana producer  for a fire at an extraction facility that seriously injured two employees. New Mexico marijuana producer’s license could be suspended after fire is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & CannabusinessContinue Reading

A New Mexico state district court judge ruled that changes to the state’s medical marijuana program last year – which would have made significant alterations to the program – are invalid.  New Mexico judge rejects changes to state’s medical marijuana rules is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, LegalContinue Reading

New Mexico’s medical marijuana advisory board recommended that purchase limits be nearly doubled to 15 ounces over 90 days, a move that likely would boost sales in the fast-growing program. New Mexico panel supports raising medical marijuana purchase limits is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & CannabusinessContinue Reading

Ultra Health, the largest medical cannabis company in New Mexico, is suing the state over MMJ rules the firm deems too restrictive. According to the Santa Fe New Mexican, the lawsuit claims the state health department’s new rules create obstacles for reciprocity for MMJ patients in other states as wellContinue Reading

New Mexico’s largest medical marijuana company is suing the state over new MMJ regulations it calls “arbitrary and capricious.” According to the Santa Fe New Mexican, Ultra Health, based in Bernalillo, is challenging the state health department over several new rules, including: Strict testing requirements for pesticides, heavy metals andContinue Reading