Watching the evolution of cannabis law reform in Mexico over the last few months has been rather fascinating. Granted, the country is still a long way from legalization, but they are clearly moving in that direction.
Two months ago the Supreme Court in Mexico declared the country’s prohibition of cannabis to be unconstitutional. Mexico’s President was quick to let everyone know that he was against the idea of legalization; at the same time, he welcomed a debate on the subject.
Mexico’s Congress plans on doing just that starting later this month. A series of debate sessions are scheduled to begin on January 25 where legislators and others “can discuss, ask questions, doubts, listen to opinions, suggestions on what should be a comprehensive policy for drugs in our country,” according to Jesus Zambrano Grijalva, president of the Congress’s Permanent Committee.
Zambrano Grijalva went on to say... Continue story HERE