Colombia

Colombia

Colombia: Lawmakers Reject Adult-Use Cannabis Bill

Supporters of the bill argued that cannabis regulation is an alternative to the failed war on drugs, while opponents focused on the potential negative health effects.

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.

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.

Colombia

Colombia: A Serious Push for Adult-Use Cannabis

Adults can currently possess up to 20 grams of cannabis for personal use, but they have no legal means to obtain it. A new bill seeks to fix that discrepancy.

Colombia

Colombia: Medical Cannabis May Get a Boost—and “a Little Squeeze”

Amid mounting licensing delays, the government aims to make the country more business-friendly, while maintaining its resolve not to become a mere source for raw material, and to protect smaller cultivators.

Colombia

“Investments That Generate Hope”: Inside Colombia’s Canadian Cannabis Boom

The nation has seen an influx of investment from Canadian cannabis companies, set in motion by its previous president. Will a new administration keep the momentum?