Legislation that would have expanded New Mexico’s medical cannabis program has been vetoed by Governor Susana Martinez. House Bill 527 would have added opioid use disorder as a condition that qualifies someone to become a legal medical cannabis patient, given they received a recommendation from a physician and registered with the state. In her veto …
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