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New Mexico NORML
Albuquerque NM
1216
New Mexico NORML is rebuilding and seeking new members. Catch the latest news on Hemp TV every TUE at 7pm.


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Albuquerque Integrative Medicine - Santa Fe
Santa Fe NM
15276
Albuquerque Medical Marijuana -New Mexico Cannabis Cards Doctors. Easy, Simple. Call now 505-503-8962. We are a professional medical practice providing cannabis evaluations to qualified medical cannabis patients throughout the state of New Mexico.


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Albuquerque Integrative Medicine - Las Cruces
Las Cruces NM
15275
Albuquerque Medical Marijuana -New Mexico Cannabis Cards Doctors. Easy, Simple. Call now 505-503-8962We are a professional medical practice providing cannabis evaluations to qualified medical cannabis patinets throughout the state of New Mexico


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Albuquerque Integrative Medicine
Albuquerque NM
15274
We are a professional medical practice providing cannabis evaluations to qualified medical cannabis patients throughout the State of New Mexico.
Albuquerque Medical Marijuana -New Mexico Cannabis Cards DoctorsHOMETHE PRACTICEOUR SERVICESCONTACT USAIM LOCATIONSEasy, Simple. Cal...



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Drug Policy Alliance - Santa Fe
Santa Fe NM
3074
The Drug Policy Alliance DPA is the nations leading organization promoting drug policies that are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights.
Drug Policy ReformsDPA is actively involved in the legislative process and seeks to roll back the excesses of the drug ...




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Cannabis Guild
Albuquerque
841
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The Joint Blog | February 2, 2018
 A Senate committee in New Mexico has voted in favor of legalizing, taxing and regulating marijuana for those 21 and older.


Anthony Martinelli
Senate Joint Resolution 4, filed by Senator Ortiz Y Pino D, was passed by the Senate Rules Committee by a vote of 4 to 3. Senators Lopez, Ortiz y Pino, Ivey-Soto, and Steinborn voted in favor of the resolution, with Senators Papen, Moores, and Pirtle voting against. The resolution would allow for the possession and personal use of marijuana by persons 21 years of age and older and for the regulation of the production, sale and taxation of marijuana in New Mexico. Todays vote sets in motion the process to put the issue on a 2018 statewide ballot for voters, said Emily Kalte....
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