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New Mexico proposes new medical marijuana grow fees, rules | The NORML Stash Blog

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3 responses to “New Mexico proposes new medical marijuana grow fees, rules”

  1. Blondy

    My husband has suffered from Terrible daily Migraines for over 10 years. He is disabled due to them. We have been talking about moving to a warmer, medical Marijuana State. We have thought about New Mexico…was wondering if he would be able to get a medical use card there?

  2. dana thiry

    Has the state already began enforcing the $5000 to $30,000 grower license fees?

  3. DudeMaster

    When you consider the 165 patients a grower has, then consider that after 3 years – that grower is going to change their prices to ensure their patients pay for the $30,000 fee they were just levied by the state, then each patient will have to fork over at or about $200 each (some will have to pay for others because some have too low of an income to afford it).

    So – in comes “NEW” grower guy – who’s only been in business for 1 year – his medicine is “less” because his fee is only $5,000 (his patients each pay a $30 fee).

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