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Medical Pot Panel Nixes ADHD as Qualifying Condition

Associated Press - Oct. 30th 2015

New Mexico’s medical marijuana advisory committee has rejected a petition that called for adding attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as a new qualifying condition to participate in the state’s program.

The board met Friday in Santa Fe, and all seven members who were in attendance agreed to recommend that the disorder not be added to the list.

The board will submit its formal recommendation to state Health Secretary Retta Ward in the coming weeks. She’ll then review the recommendation along with other scientific evidence before making a final decision.

There are currently about 20 qualifying conditions. About 18,000 patients are enrolled in the state’s medical marijuana program, many of them citing chronic pain and post-traumatic stress disorder as their qualifying conditions.

By Olivier Uyttebrouck for the Albuquerque Journal

Medical marijuana patients in Albuquerque and Santa Fe can go to a nearby dispensary to obtain their marijuana. But patients in rural New Mexico – many of them ill – often are forced to meet with delivery drivers in parking lots of businesses such as McDonald’s and Wal-Mart to purchase their pot.

That puts them at risk of violating federal drug laws, violates their privacy and puts them in danger because they have to carry cash, according to a lawsuit filed against the state Department of Health.