Articles By Julia Barajas
The new ruling adds mounting pressure on Mexican lawmakers, who, despite the legalization of medical cannabis in 2017, have not created a pathway for patient access.
Think place-of-origin branding, like “Champagne” or “Roquefort.” An industry group fears indoor cultivators will be left out.
Under a Supreme Court order to legalize and regulate the drug, the country is holding a big civic discussion about exactly how best to do that.
The report indicates that the National Institute for Health Research should prioritize research on cannabis-based products in five areas, including chronic pain in children and young people.
Possible winners? Workers in Uruguay and Colombia, and patients in Europe. Possible losers? Adult use consumers in Uruguay, who face a shortage.
The administration announced priority licensing for large-scale business projects to ramp up economic growth in the country.
But the conservative politician pushing the measure says that’s as far as it goes.
In the wake of a major report on all aspects of cannabis policy, the prime minister moves to relax the rules.