Understanding New Mexico’s Cannabis Laws

  |  September 2, 2021

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As companies grapple with the reality that recreational marijuana is legal in New Mexico, many assume that the new law, The Cannabis Regulation Act, controls their employer/employee relationship. They worry that because recreational marijuana is legal, they can’t prohibit its use and might not be allowed to test employees for it. There is no need to worry – especially in the healthcare field. Read more.
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Updated Provider Relief Fund Reporting Guidance Now Available from HHS

  |  July 19, 2021

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New reporting information is now available for healthcare providers who received funding from the Provider Relief Fund (PRF). The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has released revised reporting requirements that include updated information about expanding the amount of time that providers can report on the use of funds, as well as an extension of some key deadlines on when the funds can be spent. Read more.
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Cannabis and the Healthcare Workplace

  |  July 15, 2021

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On June 29, marijuana became legal for recreational use in New Mexico. What does this mean for employers, and specifically those in the healthcare industry? Hospitals, clinics and medical offices deal with sensitive information, and deal with situations where mistakes can be deadly. Read more.
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