Today is a big news day in New Mexico. Democratic party insiders will vote today for their nominee to replace Deb Haaland in New Mexico’s 1st Congressional district. Republicans already picked State Sen. Mark Moores and Libertarians picked a Four Corners man to run in ABQ (yep, that’s legal).
Today is also the day legislators head back to Santa Fe to finish the job of legalizing cannabis. We got an early look at the bill negotiated by the governor and legislators and our publisher (who also chaired the governor’s legalization working group a few years back) broke out the who, what, when, where and how inside the 179 page bill.
When, Where & How Will Legalization Finally Work in New Mexico? Here’s What’s In The Special Session Bill
By Pat Davis, The Paper.
- When will sales start?
- Who can buy?
- Who can get a license and how much does that cost?
- What about social equity?
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