Articles By Laura Gamba

Mexico

Mexico’s Medical Cannabis Regulations Now Expected By Early 2021

After three years of delays, the country’s regulations appeared ready to go into effect in September. Now, medical cannabis patients are looking at January.

Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay

Latin America: Can Cannabis Mitigate the Economic Devastation of the Pandemic?

Lawmakers in hard-hit Colombia, Mexico, and Paraguay see big benefits if leaders don’t tarry.

Argentina

Argentina May Loosen the Reins on Medical Cannabis

A draft regulation would allow home cultivation and sales of oils via pharmacies.

Colombia

Colombia: Global Expectations, But Not For the Small Farmer

Many small farmers here would like to grow cannabis legally, but a rigid bureaucracy and stiff financial requirements are fencing them out.

Mexico

Mexico: Senate Asks Supreme Court for More Time on Cannabis Legalization

Mexican lawmakers were racing to meet an April 30 deadline to legalize cannabis for adult use. And then coronavirus hit.

Mexico

Mexico: Lawmakers Cast First Vote in Cannabis Legalization Push

Three Senate committees approved a draft bill to legalize cannabis for medical, adult, and industrial use, kicking off a push toward an April deadline.