The Proposal Was Revised After An Earlier Hearing At Which Hundreds Of People Spoke Against The Suggested Changes.

Revised medical pot program changes meet more criticism, some support at <a href=Medical marijuana new public hearing’ /> McSorley said the program, which has about 13,000 patients enrolled, is statistically failing and would have more like 60,000 participants if it were more user friendly. Luis Sanchez Saturno/The New Mexican Revised medical pot program changes meet more criticism, some support at new public hearing From left, state Sen. Cisco McSorley addresses Chris Woodward, New Mexico Department of Health attorney; Susan Hapka, hearing officer; and Ken Groggel, Medical Cannabis Program director, during a public hearing Monday in Santa Fe. McSorley said the program, which has about 13,000 patients enrolled, is statistically failing and would have more like 60,000 participants if it were more user friendly. Luis Sanchez Saturno/The New Mexican Revised medical pot program changes meet more criticism, some support at new public hearing Rx Verde Inc. owner Patrick Ruiz of Santa Fe speaks about proposed changes to the New Mexico Department of Healths Medical Cannabis Program during a public hearing Monday in Santa Fe. The proposal was revised after an earlier hearing at which hundreds of people spoke against the suggested changes. Luis Sanchez Saturno/The New Mexican Revised medical pot program changes meet more criticism, some support at new public hearing State Sen. Cisco McSorley speaks about proposed changes to the New Mexico Department of Healths Medical Cannabis Program during a public hearing Monday in Santa Fe.

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