New Mexico Shares Proposed Rules For Cannabis Producers
The New Mexico Regulation & Licensing Department has made public the proposed rules for adult use cannabis producer licensing. The department is now seeking comments from the public by June 29, when a hearing will be held for the proposed rules.
The proposed rules would cover two types of cannabis businesses: vertically integrated cannabis establishments and an integrated cannabis microbusinesses. Requirements for licensing, transportation, quality assurance testing and more.
The rule hearing will also consider the regulation of cannabis licensees, proposed fees for corresponding license types, the plant count, canopy or square footage limit for each license type, and per-plant fees applied to licensees that are growing more than 200 cannabis plants.
There are four ways to provide public comment on the proposed draft rules:
- Use the text box below to enter your public comment
- Email your public comment to [email protected]
- Submit your public comment via postal mail to:Public Comment
c/o Robert Sachs
P.O. Box 25101
Santa Fe, NM 87504
- Participate in the June 29 public hearing and present your public comment via video conference or via telephone
The deadline to submit public comment is at the conclusion of the public hearing on June 29, 2021.
Read more on the proposed rules at https://ccd.rld.state.nm.us.