ADULT USE CANNABIS MARKETING, ADVERTISING, PACKAGING, AND LABELING & EDIBLE AND TOPICAL PRODUCT SAFETY
The purpose of the public rule hearing is to receive public commentary to make proposals for new rules as well as amendments to existing rules. Proposed new rules will contain packaging and labeling of cannabis products and advertising and marketing requirements for licensees. Rules related to quality control and food and product safety will also be proposed. Amendments to existing rules will relate to both general and specific license requirements to ensure consistency across license types. Lastly, the division will also be amending definitions corresponding to the new licenses and permits proposed by the division.
Notice of Proposed Hearing
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Proposed Draft Rules
AMENDMENTS 16.8.1 NMAC: GENERAL PROVISIONS
AMENDMENTS 16.8.2 NMAC LICENSING REQUIREMENTS
16.8.3 NMAC PACKAGING, LABELING, ADVERTISING, AND MARKETING
16.8.6 NMAC FOOD AND PRODUCT SAFETY
AMENDMENTS 16.8.7 NMAC
Reference Materials Used in Drafting the Proposed Rule Making
RULES - ALASKA
RULES - CALIFORNIA
RULES - COLORADO
RULES - MAINE
RULES - MASSACHUSETTS MEDICAL
RULES - MASSACHUSETTS RECREATIONAL
RULES - MICHIGAN (LICENSING)
RULES - OREGON
RULES - WASHINGTON
ARTICLE - COLORADO BANS MARIJUANA EDIBLES THAT LOOK LIKE KIDS_ CANDY - FOOD SAFETY NEWS
ARTICLE - COMPLAINTS FILED ABOUT MOLD IN MARIJUANA GUMMIES WITH 1 SICK - RECALL UNDERWAY
ARTICLE - FOOD SAFETY CONCERNS AT CANNABIS PRODUCTION FACILITIES CONTINUE
ARTICLE - FOOD SAFETY CONCERNS DIVIDE POT GROWERS FROM CONSUMERS - FOOD SAFETY NEWS
ARTICLE - FOUR CHILDREN SICK AFTER EATING CANNABIS-LACED SWEETS - FOOD SAFETY NEWS
ARTICLE - IS THE EDIBLE MARIJUANA INDUSTRY DOOMED TO BECOME A POT FULL O PATHOGENS
ARTICLE - MARIJUANA EDIBLES ON A ROCKY ROAD TO FOOD SAFETY ASSURANCES - FOOD SAFETY NEWS
ARTICLE - ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH_ MARIJUANA INDUSTRY PUSH BACK ON MORE RULES
ARTICLE - SO-CALLED EDIBLES MIGHT BE INFUSED WITH DANGEROUS DELTA-8 THC MARIJUANA
CANNABIS EDIBLES AND FOOD SAFETY_ BUY AT YOUR OWN RISK - FOODSAFETYTECH
GUIDE - FOOD SAFETY GUIDANCE CANNABIS INFUSED PRODUCTS
STUDY - CANNABIS-INFUSED EDIBLE PRODUCTS IN COLORADO
STUDY - HOW FOUR U.S. STATES ARE REGULATING RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA EDIBLES
The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department (RLD), Cannabis Control Division (CCD), will hold a public rule hearing on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, starting at 9:00 a.m. Due to the ongoing public health concerns posed by the threat of the contagious disease COVID-19, the rule hearing will be virtual via an Internet-based video conference and via telephone. A PDF of the proposed rule and meeting details may be accessed through the Cannabis Control Division website: https://www.rld.nm.gov/cannabis-control-division/ or from Julia Valdez at the contact below.
The Division will begin accepting public comment on the proposed rules beginning October 26, 2021. Please submit written comments on the proposed rules to Robert Sachs, Deputy Director of Policy for the Cannabis Control Division, via electronic mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Written comment may also be submitted by visiting the Division website athttps://www.rld.nm.gov/cannabis-control-division/ or by mailing the comment to the following address:
Cannabis Control Division
c/o Robert Sachs
P.O. Box 25101 Santa Fe, NM 87504
All public comments must be received by the close of the public rule hearing on Wednesday, December 1, 2021. Persons will also be given the opportunity to present their comments at the rule hearing. Comments received prior to the rule hearing will be posted to the RLD website at: https://www.rld.nm.gov/cannabis-control-division/.
No later than October 26, 2021, interested parties may obtain and review copies of the proposed rules and public comments by going to the Cannabis Control Division website at https://www.rld.nm.gov/cannabis-control-division/ or by contacting the Cannabis Control Division at email@example.com or (505) 476-4995.
Any individual with a disability who is in need of a reader, amplifier, qualified sign language interpreter, or other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in the hearing should contact Julia Valdez, Executive Assistant for the Cannabis Control Division, firstname.lastname@example.org or (505) 362-2924 at least seven (7) days prior to the hearing.