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What We're About

We are in favor of legalizing the recreational use of cannabis for adults over the age of 21 who live in New Mexico. It is time to stop destroying the families of New Mexico by punishing them under the archaic laws that put their loved ones in jail for the simple possession of cannabis. At the same time, we want it to be legal to grow hemp on the farms and ranches of New Mexico. Hemp is a perfect crop for the climate here because it does not require fertilizer or much water. The hemp industry is on it's way back and we think New Mexico should benefit by being one of the first states to promote the crop.
There are many factors that point to the fact that the regulation of marijuana works to keep our children and communities safer. Regulation has been shown to not only minimize the access to marijuana by teens, it also helps to reduce the number of teens that are using marijuana. There are also studies that show how regulation reduces everyone's exposure to more harmful drugs as well as taking the sales and distribution out of the hands of dangerous criminals such as gangs and cartels.
The state of New Mexico can definitely benefit from the taxes collected on the sale of cannabis and hemp. It is our belief that the proceeds can be used to re-establish the higher education lottery fund that is drying up, as well as educate the public about dependency issues. Additional tax revenues could then be available to supplement law enforcement budgets and to help spur early education such as the Head Start program.