New Mexico legislature passed the state’s medical marijuana laws March 13, 2007 as Senate Bill 523, aka The Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use Act. These marijuana laws allows medical marijuana to used for medical conditions. Senate Bill 523 allows medical cannabis patients and their primary caregivers to utilize, possess and cultivate medical cannabis once the have a medical marijuana card recommendation from a doctor stating that the patient could benefit from the use of marijuana. New Mexico residents can use medical cannabis for debilitating medical conditions for which medical marijuana has been approved by the state, get a New Mexico state ID card, and visit collectives and dispensaries that distribute medical cannabis.
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