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Is it possible the decriminalization of drugs in Mexico?
The presentation of the National Development Plan (NDP) last week by the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has put on the table again the issue of drug decriminalization
Is marijuana really legal in Mexico?
Mexico’s federal judges will now be required to grant “amparo” appeals for the recreational use of marijuana
Mexico to approve recreational and commercial use of marijuana
Yesterday, Mexico’s next Interior Minister submitted a bill to create a medical marijuana industry and allow its recreational use
Mexico, towards a green horizon?
In the U.S., 30 states have marijuana regulations, nine for its recreational use and the rest for its medical use
Supreme Court: ban on recreational marijuana is unconstitutional
The Supreme Court made its first ruling to allow a group of people to grow marijuana for personal use in November 2015
López Obrador wants to legalize drugs
Andrés Manuel López Obrador said that he would consider legalizing certain drugs as part of a broader strategy to fight poverty and crime
Recreational marijuana is still broadly prohibited in Mexico, but in 2015 the Supreme Court granted four people the right to grow their own marijuana for personal consumption, opening the door to legalization
Most laws focus on rehabilitation, rather than imprisonment
Selling Marijuana moves more than USD$6 billion and employs more than 150 thousand people
87,7 million adults in the continent, ages 15-64, have consumed marijuana throughout their lives