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New Mexico

Stiff Posture and Acne Are Now Reasonable Suspicion

A federal appeals court in New Mexico recently decided that properly operating a vehicle, in accordance with the laws of the road, is reasonable suspicion for police to conduct a traffic stop, even when there is no evidence to suggest a motorist is guilty of breaking any ...

New Mexico Considers Alzheimer’s for Medical Marijuana Program

Last week New Mexico’s advisory board for the state’s medical marijuana program unanimously voted to add Alzheimer’s disease to the list of qualifying conditions for treatment by medical cannabis.   If approved by the state’s Secretary of ...

Survey: New Mexico Needs More Marijuana

New Mexico is running out of pot. According to a comprehensive survey of randomly selected New Mexico medical marijuana users, the supply of legally grown cannabis is failing to meet patient demand. The Department of Health survey found that the 9,760 medical pot patients...

New Mexico Cops, WTF?

If a flying saucer really crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, its alien crew must have transmogrified into the bodies of New Mexico cops. How else can we explain the anal probing and lunatic behavior we’ve seen from New Mexico’s law enforcement in just the...

More New Mexico Body Cavity Search Horrors

HIGH TIMES reported today of the shocking case in New Mexico that is gaining national attention. David Eckert, stopped by police for running a stop sign in a Wal-Mart parking lot, was suspected of possessing drugs by a Deming city police officer. Eckert consented to a sea...

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