Pot legalization plan in New Mexico would subsidize patients, pay police

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Pot legalization plan in New Mexico would subsidize patients, pay police

Minerva cannabis dispensary Assistant Manager Celina Roybal, right, sells a vial of marijuana to customer Tina Bernal, who uses cannabis to relieve chronic pain, in Santa Fe on June 11. New Mexico would use proceeds from recreational marijuana to eliminate taxes on medical cannabis and subsidize sales to low-income patients under a legalization proposal from an expert panel appointed by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.

Pot legalization plan in New Mexico would subsidize patients, pay police

Minerva cannabis dispensary Assistant Manager Celina Roybal, right, sells a vial of marijuana to customer Tina Bernal, who uses cannabis to relieve chronic pain, in Santa Fe on June 11. New Mexico would use proceeds from recreational marijuana to eliminate taxes on medical cannabis and subsidize sales to low-income patients under a legalization proposal from an expert panel appointed by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.
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