Mexico’s Top Court to Weigh Limited Marijuana Legalization
Mexico’s Supreme Court will consider a case next week that may help marijuana legalization efforts in the country.
Judge Arturo Zaldivar, one of five Mexican Supreme Court Justices, recently made a recommendation to allow personal cultivation and use of marijuana. The court will take up the issue at a hearing on Oct. 28.
Optimism should be tempered, however, as the business impact would be minimal, and a pro-legalization ruling is no guarantee.
The move would only apply to the plaintiffs in the case, the Mexican Society for Tolerant and Responsible Personal Use. Members of the group would only be able to grow