Mexican Supreme Court Sides With Marijuana
Cannabis reform efforts just took a big step forward in Mexico, which eventually could lead to a new market for marijuana entrepreneurs.
The Mexican Supreme Court stated in a ruling this week that individuals should have the right to cultivate and distribute cannabis for personal use, according to The New York Times.
The ruling doesn’t immediately overturn anti-marijuana laws in the country. And this case in particular will only apply to four plaintiffs, who are members of a group called Mexico United Against Crime that wants the government to focus on violent offenders instead of marijuana growers, sellers and consumers
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