02/06/18
By Jessica Gelay
It is estimated that nearly 500 New Mexicans die every year from opioid overdoses. Tens of thousands more struggle with opioid use disorders (OUD), with limited access to medication assisted treatment (MAT) like methadone or… Read More
07/31/17
By Jessica Gelay
Racial and ethnic differences have been part of the fabric of the political and social fiber of the United States since it was established. The writers of the Constitution codified white racial superiority in the… Read More
06/20/17
By Jessica Gelay
For more than two decades, New Mexico has suffered from a disproportionate rate of opioid overdoses compared to nearly every other state in the nation. Our families are traumatized as they continue to lose loved ones, and… Read More
11/10/14
By Jessica Gelay
As we honor them for their service this Veterans Day, today is a good day to call for equal protection for the men and women who served this country. Even though voters have approved adult use of marijuana in four states and… Read More
05/08/14
By Jessica Gelay
Last week, the House of Representatives considered an amendment to prohibit the Veterans Administration from spending money to prosecute clinicians for recommending medical marijuana to their veteran patients. This amendment… Read More
03/27/14
By Jessica Gelay
Medical marijuana for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is being recognized by increasing numbers of states and is even winning support at the federal level for clinical study. In just the last six months Oregon, Maine,… Read More