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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 61. Professional and Occupational Licenses § 61-37-3. Prohibited sales;  manufacturing;  labeling;  marketing;  safety requirements

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<Text of section effective Jan. 1, 2021.>

A. A person shall not knowingly, intentionally or negligently sell, offer to sell, barter or give a tobacco product to a minor.

B. A licensee shall not sell, offer to sell or deliver a tobacco product in a form other than an original manufacturer-sealed package, except for individually sold cigars or loose leaf pipe tobacco.

C. A licensee shall not sell, offer to sell or deliver nicotine liquid in this state unless such liquid is in child-resistant packaging, except that for the purpose of this subsection, “nicotine liquid” does not include nicotine liquid in a cartridge that is pre-filled and sealed by the manufacturer and that is not intended to be opened by the consumer.

D. A manufacturer shall not produce and a distributor or retailer shall not sell tobacco products that are knowingly attractive to minors.

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