marijuana legalization

Public Health New Mexico
4:29 am
Wed November 5, 2014

Santa Fe And Bernalillo Counties Say Yes To Marijuana

Decriminalization watch party at Tractor Brewery
Credit Ed Williams-KUNM

Bernalillo County voters overwhelmingly called for reduced criminal penalties for marijuana possession Tuesday night.

The marijuana decriminalization question is non-binding and won’t change the law. But that didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the crowd gathered to watch the election results last night.

Progress Now Director Pat Davis, who spearheaded initiatives in both Santa Fe and Bernalillo counties, says this is a first step towards big changes in New Mexico’s drug policy.

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KUNM Call In Show
3:44 pm
Mon September 8, 2014

People's Choice: Decriminalize Marijuana?

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KUNM Call In Show Thu. 9/11 8a

The Santa Fe City Council approved a measure decriminalizing marijuana. Albuquerque's Mayor Richard Berry vetoed a similar proposal. And now the Bernalillo County Commission is planning to ask voters if they think possession of small amounts of marijuana should mean fines instead of jail sentences.

We'll ask what decriminalization means for individuals and government agencies in New Mexico. Is decriminalization a stepping stone to legalization on a statewide level? What are the benefits? What are potential pitfalls?

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Public Health New Mexico
1:58 pm
Wed January 29, 2014

Breakdown Of 2014 Public Health Legislation

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UPDATE Feb.

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