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Here are the rules New Mexico is proposing for recreational pot growers May 25, 2021
Here are the rules New Mexico is proposing for recreational pot growers

SANTA FE – New Mexico on Tuesday took its first major regulatory steps toward legal production of recreational marijuana, publishing lengthy proposed ground rules for cannabis businesses that outline future licensing fees, quality controls, audit requirements and criminal background checks for producers.

The state Regulation and Licensing Department announced the start of a public comment period that will culminate with a June 29 hearing as the agency asserts control over the recreational marijuana legalization effort.

“Today’s proposed rules don’t mean the conversation is over,” agency Secretary Linda Trujillo said in a statement.

“Through public comment, public hearings and ongoing conversations, we will continue to strengthen these rules to ensure the best possible outcomes.

”Democratic Gov.

Michelle Lujan Grisham signed the legalization bill in September.

It authorized recreational marijuana sales no later than April 1, 2022.

The law beginning June 29 will allow people age 21 and over to possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana.

By April 2022, people will be allowed to grow up to six plants at home, or 12 per household.

More:New Mexico medical cannabis patient challenges limits on purchases and plantsThe state faces a Sept.

1 deadline to begin issuing licenses to marijuana producers.

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