Back to the original topic. If your LNPP is out of medicine, consider making the trip south. There is legal, quality medicine available to registered patients. Due to the checkpoints, they cannot deliver to you. You must be willing to make the trip south and take the risk (although small) of taking your medicine back through the checkpoints. Many patients have come and gone back without incident (no seizure of medicine). If the LNPP knows you are traveling back through a checkpoint, they package your purchase to help avoid detection, but there are no guarantees. Unfortunately, the price is higher than some of the older producers up north. The positive news is that gasoline in Las Cruces is $2.97 at Sam's...not much higher at other stations. They are not a dispensary and work by appointments only. Contact them for more details. Email is preferred and you will find their information on the sheet received with your card.