New Mexico medical marijuana laws may apply to Texans, too

THE 20TH TO DECIDE HOW TO MOVE
FORWARD.
COULD A LAW IN NEW MEXICO FORWARD.
COULD A LAW IN NEW MEXICO
PUSH TEXAS LAWMAKERS TO EXPAND COULD A LAW IN NEW MEXICO
PUSH TEXAS LAWMAKERS TO EXPAND
MEDICAL MARIJUANA IN THE LONE PUSH TEXAS LAWMAKERS TO EXPAND
MEDICAL MARIJUANA IN THE LONE
STAR STATE SOME ARGUE THAT THAT MEDICAL MARIJUANA IN THE LONE
STAR STATE SOME ARGUE THAT THAT
IS POSSIBLE STAR STATE SOME ARGUE THAT THAT
IS POSSIBLE
NEW MEXICO IS CONSIDERING A LAW IS POSSIBLE
NEW MEXICO IS CONSIDERING A LAW
THAT WOULD ALLOW OUT OF STATE NEW MEXICO IS CONSIDERING A LAW
THAT WOULD ALLOW OUT OF STATE
RESIDENTS LIKE TEXANS TO USE THAT WOULD ALLOW OUT OF STATE
RESIDENTS LIKE TEXANS TO USE
ITS MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM. RESIDENTS LIKE TEXANS TO USE
ITS MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM.
SARAH ACOSTA SPOKE WITH LOCAL ITS MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM.
SARAH ACOSTA SPOKE WITH LOCAL
LEADERS ABOUT THE POTENTIAL SARAH ACOSTA SPOKE WITH LOCAL
LEADERS ABOUT THE POTENTIAL
IMPACT. LEADERS ABOUT THE POTENTIAL
IMPACT.
>> THE MOST DANGEROUS THING IMPACT.
>> THE MOST DANGEROUS THING
THAT COULD HAPPEN WHEN YOU >> THE MOST DANGEROUS THING
THAT COULD HAPPEN WHEN YOU
CONSUME CANNABIS IS THAT COULD HAPPEN WHEN YOU
CONSUME CANNABIS IS
GOT ARRESTED. CONSUME CANNABIS IS
GOT ARRESTED.
>> TEXAS IS KNOWN FOR ITS GOT ARRESTED.
>> TEXAS IS KNOWN FOR ITS
STRICT MARIJUANA LAWS EVEN WHEN >> TEXAS IS KNOWN FOR ITS
STRICT MARIJUANA LAWS EVEN WHEN
IT COMES TO MEDICAL MARIJUANA STRICT MARIJUANA LAWS EVEN WHEN
IT COMES TO MEDICAL MARIJUANA
THIS LEGISLATIVE SESSION IT COMES TO MEDICAL MARIJUANA
THIS LEGISLATIVE SESSION
LAWMAKERS INCREASE THE NUMBER THIS LEGISLATIVE SESSION
LAWMAKERS INCREASE THE NUMBER
OF QUALIFYING PATIENT LAWMAKERS INCREASE THE NUMBER
OF QUALIFYING PATIENT
CONDITIONS FOR MEDICAL OF QUALIFYING PATIENT
CONDITIONS FOR MEDICAL
MARIJUANA USE THE PROGRAM CONDITIONS FOR MEDICAL
MARIJUANA USE THE PROGRAM
ALLOWS FOR 0.5% THC MARIJUANA USE THE PROGRAM
ALLOWS FOR 0.5% THC
IN ITS MARIJUANA, SOME ALLOWS FOR 0.5% THC
IN ITS MARIJUANA, SOME
MARIJUANA ADVOCATES SAY IT’S IN ITS MARIJUANA, SOME
MARIJUANA ADVOCATES SAY IT’S
NOT ENOUGH WHICH CAUSES MANY MARIJUANA ADVOCATES SAY IT’S
NOT ENOUGH WHICH CAUSES MANY
TEXANS SEEKING NOT ENOUGH WHICH CAUSES MANY
TEXANS SEEKING
MEDICAL MARIJUANA TO FIND TEXANS SEEKING
MEDICAL MARIJUANA TO FIND
OPTIONS ELSEWHERE WE SEE MEDICAL MARIJUANA TO FIND
OPTIONS ELSEWHERE WE SEE
FAMILIES LEAVE TEXAS EVERY OPTIONS ELSEWHERE WE SEE
FAMILIES LEAVE TEXAS EVERY
SINGLE DAY. FAMILIES LEAVE TEXAS EVERY
SINGLE DAY.
>> WE CALL ON MEDICAL REFUGEES SINGLE DAY.
>> WE CALL ON MEDICAL REFUGEES
IN THE NEXT 2 WEEKS A NEW >> WE CALL ON MEDICAL REFUGEES
IN THE NEXT 2 WEEKS A NEW
MEXICO JUDGE WILL DECIDE IN THE NEXT 2 WEEKS A NEW
MEXICO JUDGE WILL DECIDE
WHETHER THE LANGUAGE OF ITS NEW MEXICO JUDGE WILL DECIDE
WHETHER THE LANGUAGE OF ITS NEW
STATE LAW ALLOWS AT A STATE WHETHER THE LANGUAGE OF ITS NEW
STATE LAW ALLOWS AT A STATE
RESIDENTS TO BE PART OF ITS STATE LAW ALLOWS AT A STATE
RESIDENTS TO BE PART OF ITS
MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM WHEN RESIDENTS TO BE PART OF ITS
MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM WHEN
THE LAW WAS UPDATED EARLIER MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM WHEN
THE LAW WAS UPDATED EARLIER
THIS YEAR. THE WORDING OF WHO THE LAW WAS UPDATED EARLIER
THIS YEAR. THE WORDING OF WHO
QUALIFIES AS A PATIENT CHANGED THIS YEAR. THE WORDING OF WHO
QUALIFIES AS A PATIENT CHANGED
THE LAW USED TO STATE RESIDENTS QUALIFIES AS A PATIENT CHANGED
THE LAW USED TO STATE RESIDENTS
OF NEW MEXICO, THE NEW LAW THE LAW USED TO STATE RESIDENTS
OF NEW MEXICO, THE NEW LAW
PASSED STATES QUALIFIED OF NEW MEXICO, THE NEW LAW
PASSED STATES QUALIFIED
PATIENTS. PASSED STATES QUALIFIED
PATIENTS.
>> AND THAT’S WHERE THE PROBLEM PATIENTS.
>> AND THAT’S WHERE THE PROBLEM
LIES. THE NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT >> AND THAT’S WHERE THE PROBLEM
LIES. THE NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT
OF HEALTH LIES. THE NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT
OF HEALTH
ARGUES IT’S NOT REQUIRED TO OF HEALTH
ARGUES IT’S NOT REQUIRED TO
ISSUE PATIENT CARDS TO OUT OF ARGUES IT’S NOT REQUIRED TO
ISSUE PATIENT CARDS TO OUT OF
STATE RESIDENTS DUKE RODRIGUEZ ISSUE PATIENT CARDS TO OUT OF
STATE RESIDENTS DUKE RODRIGUEZ
BELIEVES OUT OF STATE RESIDENTS STATE RESIDENTS DUKE RODRIGUEZ
BELIEVES OUT OF STATE RESIDENTS
SHOULD BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE BELIEVES OUT OF STATE RESIDENTS
SHOULD BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE
IN THIS PROGRAM. SO HE HAS SHOULD BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE
IN THIS PROGRAM. SO HE HAS
TAKEN THE MATTER TO COURT ALL IN THIS PROGRAM. SO HE HAS
TAKEN THE MATTER TO COURT ALL
THE TIME. TAKEN THE MATTER TO COURT ALL
THE TIME.
>> YOU’VE GOT POTENTIALLY THE TIME.
>> YOU’VE GOT POTENTIALLY
29 MILLION TEXANS YOU CAN LOOK >> YOU’VE GOT POTENTIALLY
29 MILLION TEXANS YOU CAN LOOK
TO NEW MEXICO TO ENTER THE 29 MILLION TEXANS YOU CAN LOOK
TO NEW MEXICO TO ENTER THE
PROGRAM TEXAS SENATOR JOSE TO NEW MEXICO TO ENTER THE
PROGRAM TEXAS SENATOR JOSE
MENENDEZ WAS ONE OF THE PROGRAM TEXAS SENATOR JOSE
MENENDEZ WAS ONE OF THE
CO-SPONSORS FOR THE RECENT MENENDEZ WAS ONE OF THE
CO-SPONSORS FOR THE RECENT
MEDICAL MARIJUANA EXPANSION CO-SPONSORS FOR THE RECENT
MEDICAL MARIJUANA EXPANSION
BILL. MEDICAL MARIJUANA EXPANSION
BILL.
>> HE SAYS HE HOPES TEXAS CAN BILL.
>> HE SAYS HE HOPES TEXAS CAN
BE INFLUENCED BY NEW MEXICO TO >> HE SAYS HE HOPES TEXAS CAN
BE INFLUENCED BY NEW MEXICO TO
SPEED UP EXPANDING ITS PROGRAM BE INFLUENCED BY NEW MEXICO TO
SPEED UP EXPANDING ITS PROGRAM
BUT THAT THERE ARE ALWAYS SPEED SPEED UP EXPANDING ITS PROGRAM
BUT THAT THERE ARE ALWAYS SPEED
BUMPS IT SHOULD MAKE IT MORE. BUT THAT THERE ARE ALWAYS SPEED
BUMPS IT SHOULD MAKE IT MORE.
>> LIKELY THAT WE WILL BUT IT’S BUMPS IT SHOULD MAKE IT MORE.
>> LIKELY THAT WE WILL BUT IT’S
NOT GOING TO BE ON ABOUT IT. >> LIKELY THAT WE WILL BUT IT’S
NOT GOING TO BE ON ABOUT IT.
I MEAN YOU NEED TO HAVE NOT GOING TO BE ON ABOUT IT.
I MEAN YOU NEED TO HAVE
CASINOS AND YOU KNOW OKLAHOMA I MEAN YOU NEED TO HAVE
CASINOS AND YOU KNOW OKLAHOMA
AND OTHER PLACES WHERE WE’RE CASINOS AND YOU KNOW OKLAHOMA
AND OTHER PLACES WHERE WE’RE
TEXAS THE LOWS AND OTHER PLACES WHERE WE’RE
TEXAS THE LOWS
AND DAMP. IT ALL DEPENDS ON TEXAS THE LOWS
AND DAMP. IT ALL DEPENDS ON
WHO’S IN THE LEGISLATURE AND DAMP. IT ALL DEPENDS ON
WHO’S IN THE LEGISLATURE
MENENDEZ SAYS IN THE MEANTIME WHO’S IN THE LEGISLATURE
MENENDEZ SAYS IN THE MEANTIME
HE HOPES THE NEW MEXICO JUDGE MENENDEZ SAYS IN THE MEANTIME
HE HOPES THE NEW MEXICO JUDGE
UPHOLDS DECISION TO ALLOW STATE HE HOPES THE NEW MEXICO JUDGE
UPHOLDS DECISION TO ALLOW STATE
RESIDENTS TO USE ITS MEDICAL UPHOLDS DECISION TO ALLOW STATE
RESIDENTS TO USE ITS MEDICAL
MARIJUANA PROGRAM. RESIDENTS TO USE ITS MEDICAL
MARIJUANA PROGRAM.
>> SO TEXANS CAN HAVE MORE MARIJUANA PROGRAM.
>> SO TEXANS CAN HAVE MORE
OPTIONS VERY DISAPPOINTING, YOU >> SO TEXANS CAN HAVE MORE
OPTIONS VERY DISAPPOINTING, YOU
KNOW OR FEEL LIKE THEY’RE OPTIONS VERY DISAPPOINTING, YOU
KNOW OR FEEL LIKE THEY’RE
CRIMINALS. KNOW OR FEEL LIKE THEY’RE
CRIMINALS.
>> OR FEEL LIKE THEY HAVE TO GO CRIMINALS.
>> OR FEEL LIKE THEY HAVE TO GO
TO ANOTHER STATE COME BACK AND >> OR FEEL LIKE THEY HAVE TO GO
TO ANOTHER STATE COME BACK AND
RUN THE RISK. TO ANOTHER STATE COME BACK AND
RUN THE RISK.
>> GOVERNOR GREG ABBOTT HAS RUN THE RISK.
>> GOVERNOR GREG ABBOTT HAS
ALWAYS REMAINED FIRM >> GOVERNOR GREG ABBOTT HAS
ALWAYS REMAINED FIRM
ON HIS STANCE ON LEGALIZING ALWAYS REMAINED FIRM
ON HIS STANCE ON LEGALIZING
MARIJUANA IN TEXAS OR MASSIVELY ON HIS STANCE ON LEGALIZING
MARIJUANA IN TEXAS OR MASSIVELY
EXPANDING THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA IN TEXAS OR MASSIVELY
EXPANDING THE MEDICAL
MARIJUANA PROGRAM. HE HAS SAID EXPANDING THE MEDICAL
MARIJUANA PROGRAM. HE HAS SAID
IN THE PAST THAT EXPANDING THE MARIJUANA PROGRAM. HE HAS SAID
IN THE PAST THAT EXPANDING THE
MEDICAL IN THE PAST THAT EXPANDING THE
MEDICAL
MARIJUANA PROGRAM COULD OPEN

2 comments

  1. This is medicine that God put on this Earth to help people get through life, not to be abused. Everyone who is against marijuana is going against God's will. There's a reason it's called God's grass and one of the gifts given to baby Jesus on his birthday was cannabis oil, along with frankincense and myrrh

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