A Republican take away what the citizens voted for? He wouldn't dare.... I suppose he has liquor and pharmaceutical lobbyists camping his office?
NEWS FLASH! NEWS FLASH! NEWS FLASH!
We Need You to Send an Email TODAY!
New Mexico HB 593 calling for the Repeal of the Medical Cannabis Program's Lynn & Erin Compassionate Use Act
Will come up THIS WEEK to the House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee for a Hearing
If Approved, the HB 593 will go to the House for a vote
27 State Representatives have already signed on to the Bill - if it goes to the House, it will very likely Pass! We need to stop it in Committee NOW!
NORML has put up a web page that will automatically send your email to the Committee Members and your own Representative.
Click this link to get to NORML's site
and FILL OUT the Email Form
You Will Make a Difference!
We Will STOP this Attack on our Medicine!
Please do not sit by while Martinez tries to screw us....
found this on youtube
please go to the site and write......if you arent from new mexico make up a nm address ...they do not validate that they just want that info so they know where their base of power is....ie voters....so please I ccannot ask you enough write them...it matters lots
ps-Cane Corso's are the best dogs in da world....well best REAL DOG and not one of the little lap dogs...lol
Last edited by Illumination; 02-28-2011 at 08:41 PM. Reason: stoned...duh
wow lots of NM cats good ol land of entrapment
"People say that marijuana smoking is going to get in the way of my career. I say to them that on the contrary, my fighting career is getting in the way of my marijuana smoking." -Nick Diaz
some good news.
No medical marijuana repeal this year
By Matthew Reichbach | 03.08.11 | 1:08 pm
A bill to repeal New Mexico’s medical marijuana bill will not receive a vote this year as the sponsor of the bill has reportedly pulled the legislation.
The Santa Fe Reporter states that the bill’s sponsor, Rep. James Smith, R-Sandia Park, has pulled the bill and is replacing it with a House Memorial that would would instead compel the Department of Health to study the program and its effectiveness.
HM 53 says, “the department of health be requested to conduct a study of the impact on the state of the Controlled Substances Therapeutic Research Act and the Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use Act.”
One of the reasons given for the memorial is that the medical marijuana law “remains a controversial measure, with both supporters and detractors of the use of marijuana for medical purposes.”
Gov. Susana Martinez said during the campaign that she wanted to end the medical marijuana program but that the repeal was not a priority for this year’s legislative session.http://newmexicoindependent.com/6919...peal-this-year