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New Mexico House passes third hemp bill with changes sought by Guv – Cannabis News

The state House of Representatives on Tuesday passed yet another bill that would legalize research on industrial hemp.

The House voted 65-1 to pass House Bill 530, sponsored by Minority Leader Nate Gentry, R-Albuquerque.

The bill, which now goes to the Senate, comes on the heels of Gov. Susana Martinez vetoing not one but two industrial hemp bills.

She offered no explanation in either of her veto messages. Gentry told The New Mexican earlier this week that following the latest veto, he sat down with the governor’s staff — namely Deputy Chief of Staff Jeremiah Ritchie — to “work out some minor details that brought us more in compliance with federal law.”

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Steve Terrell ~ The New Mexican via NMPoliticalReport.com ~

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