The 1,000 Plant Weed Garden Outside of Mexico’s Senate Still Remains to This Day

https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2020-10-12/mexico-is-poised-to-become-the-biggest-legal-marijuana-market-in-the-world-the-big-question-who-will-benefit A few weeks back I wrote about a cannabis garden that sits outside of the Mexican Senate. I wrote about how this was a form of protest from pro-cannabis activists who have been pressuring law makers on regulating the industry that technically was supposed to come to fruition in…

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Mexico Cannabis Update – What is Happening with Mexico’s Weed Situation?

Mexico’s road to cannabis legalization has been stalled for two years. In 2018, the Supreme Court in Mexico ruled for the fifth consecutive time on a “pro cannabis legislation”. Within the Mexican Constitution, this automatically nullified cannabis prohibition. Lawmakers were charged with coming up with a game plan. While the…

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Mexico’s Senate Reconvenes While Cannabis Grows Nearby

The small garden of cannabis plants growing near Mexico City’s Senate building, reported this past March by High Times, has grown to a crop of more than 700 plants, some more than eight feet tall. The garden has been planted and maintained by activists demanding the government act on the…

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Mexico’s Cannabis Legalization D-Day is Quickly Approaching (What Does it Mean for Global Markets?)

Mexico’s Cannabis Legalization D-Day is Quickly Approaching (What Does it Mean for Global Markets?) On October 23rd this year, the “90-day time frame” established by the Mexican Supreme Court would come to a conclusion. For those unfamiliar with this story, the Mexican Supreme Court ordered government officials to make the…

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Marijuana decriminalization proposed for New Mexico’s biggest city

Published: Mar 6, 2018, 10:10 am • Updated: Mar 6, 2018, 10:10 am By Mary Hudetz, The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Two Albuquerque city councilors are pushing to decriminalize marijuana possession in cases where a person is caught with an ounce (28 grams) or less, saying their proposal…

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Mexico’s former president slams Trump and Sessions in keynote at Cannabis Summit

Published: Jun 14, 2017, 11:07 am • Updated: Jun 14, 2017, 11:50 am By Annie Sciacca, Bay Area News Group OAKLAND — There was an air of political resistance at the Oakland Marriott City Center on Tuesday, where the fourth annual Cannabis Summit & Expo was being held just after…

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Mexico’s Secret Wish For The California Weed Vote In November

Mexico Paying Close Attention to November California Cannabis Vote and How it will impact US cannabis if they legalize A few years back I wrote an article talking about Mexico’s cannabis legalization movement and within the article I pointed out that “when California goes legal, Mexico would soon follow”. I…

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Members Of Mexico’s Congress Push For Marijuana Reform

(image via wikipedia) When a lot of people think of the War on Drugs, they think of Mexico because of the strong presence of drug cartels there. Anyone who has ever traveled along the Mexico/USA border knows that the influence from drug cartels is great. Things are often times downright horrific on…

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Mexico’s Supreme Court Declares Individuals Have the Right To Consume And Cultivate Marijuana

Today, in a 4 to 1 vote, Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled that the prohibition of the consumption and cultivation of marijuana for personal use is unconstitutional. The Court determined that the prohibition of the consumption of marijuana – and its cultivation for non-commercial ends – violates the human right to…

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Mexico’s Supreme Court To Decide On Right To Consume And Grow Marijuana

On Wednesday, Mexico’s Supreme Court will debate whether the prohibition of the consumption and cultivation of marijuana for personal use is unconstitutional. The Court will determine whether the prohibition of the consumption of marijuana – and its cultivation for non-commercial ends – violates the human right to the free development…

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