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Steep Hill - New Mexico
Albuquerque NM
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Steep Hill was awarded the first testing license by the NW Department of Public Health. New Mexico is officially our fifth laboratory to open that follows Steep Hill standards and methods of procedure. We are open 5 days a week from 10am - 5pm; if you are interested in dropping o...
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The Joint Blog | April 20, 2018
 Marijuana Now Decriminalized in New Mexicos Most Populated City Just in Time for 4/20


Anthony Martinelli

An ordinance decriminalizing the possession of personal amounts of marijuana has officially taken effect in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The new law coincidentally or maybe not takes effect on 4/20, the unofficial cannabis holiday the law officially took effect as the clocks hit midnight MDT. The law taking effect comes a little over two weeks after it was passed by the city council in a 5 to 4 vote, and eight days after it was signed into law by Mayor Tim Keller D. Under the new law, the possession of up to an ounce 28 grams of marijuana is a simple $25 ticket, rather than a misdemeanor punishable by jail time as it was before. The measure was filed by Councilmembers Pat Davi and Isaac Benton. At the end ....
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Marijuana Business Daily | April 11, 2018
 Medical marijuana states experience wide spectrum of wholesale prices, supply


Bart Schaneman
The wholesale price and supply situation for various state medical marijuana markets is a mixed bag, with different regulations, patient counts and product availability generating diverse situations. In New Mexico, for example, medical marijuana business owners are experiencing increased demand and rising prices. Elsewhere, however, MMJ business owners are suffering the same fate as their recreational counterparts, namely bloated supplies and sliding prices. New Mexicos situation is unique. Regulators there have capped the number of plants an MMJ business can grow at 450....
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HuffPost | 04/06/2018
 GOP Congressman: Only Wealthy States Can Afford To Smoke Weed
Eliot Nelson

Steve Pearce, who is running for governor in New Mexico, argues poor states cant handle legal marijuana
Rep. Steve Pearce R-N.M. said this week that his state shouldnt legalize recreational marijuana because it would hinder the economic fortunes of poor people. Wealthier states can better afford to handle the substance, he added. I do not see how in combating poverty you can put one more obstacle in front of people who are struggling to get out of poverty, Pearce said Thursday, so I dont see where I would support recreational marijuana. A wealthier state, the congressman added, could more easily absorb the allegedly deleterious effects of legal marijuana. People [point t....
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