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Mexico Misses a Major Cannabis Reform Deadline: Here’s Why and What Might Be Next

Legislators were working under a Supreme Court mandate to regulate in a way that promotes a new legal industry and curbs an old illegal one. Now they’re scrambling to regroup.

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Mexican lawmakers continue working toward cannabis regulations 

Senator Julio Menchaca Salazar said his bill was meant to complement the other nine under consideration. 

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Mexico’s Supreme Court Orders Lawmakers to Regulate Medical Cannabis

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.

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Mexico’s Historic Opportunity to Get Cannabis Right

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.

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Mexican Lawmakers Push Public Health, Discourage For-Profit Sales, In Cannabis Forum

International community has “condemnation for countries that have opted for a complete legalization of marijuana,” INCB member says.

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As the Country Prepares to Regulate Cannabis, Mexico Looks Abroad

Members of the Mexican Senate will soon grapple with three initiatives to regulate the “non-medicinal consumption of cannabis.”

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Interview with Former President of Mexico Vicente Fox: “Trump Should Go for Legalization”

Fox, who is now the director of a Canadian cannabis company in Colombia, shared his thoughts on the future of the cannabis industry in the Americas.

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Mexico Inches Toward Legal Cannabis

Case by case, a team of lawyers chips away at prohibition, and a new president may soon take a swing.

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Will Mexico’s New Leader Reshape Its Drug Policies?

López Obrador has dropped hints of big reforms in the recent past. Now the rubber hits the road