Enrollments in New Mexico's cannabis as therapy program are nearing 50,000 patients.
New Mexico Democrats adopted a party platform during last weekend’s pre-primary convention that, for the first time, supports the legalization of recreational marijuana use statewide. Specifically, the platform adopted last weekend by the Democratic Party of New Mexico – with more than 90 percent of delegates voting in favor – includes a provision that Democrats will support the decriminalization and legalization of cannabis in the state. [Albuquerque Journal]Democrats are keenly aware that to energize millennials and a jaded base radical times call for sensible approaches to reforms of civil liberties for all adults.
There is no single thing that would create more jobs, give almost $30 Million to schools, & cut resources to cartels. I'm excited the NM Dem Party supports legalizing cannabis for social use. It's absolutely the right call.— Bill McCamley (@BillMcCamley) March 16, 2018
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JUST IN: New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy included marijuana legalization in his budget proposal. In a related speech, he’s hitting back at fellow Dems who say mere decriminalization is enough.https://t.co/Nj6Q7qUji7 pic.twitter.com/aJW1OY07Ra— Tom Angell 🌳📰 (@tomangell) March 13, 2018