There is now a much clearer roadmap towards conducting legal cannabis-related activities in Mexico.
New regulations will facilitate competitiveness in the cannabis market and lead to more cost-effective options for cannabis.
Marijuana is legal nationwide in Canada, and it could soon be in Mexico, as well.
Mexico appears well on its way to becoming the third nation to do so and potentially the largest legal marijuana market in the world.
This will be very good for tourism which has been devastated by the pandemic and is vital for the Mexican economy.
If legislators in Colombia and Mexico have their way, the House’s counterparts in two important Latin American economies could be following in the steps of the U.S..
Conducted by David Bier at the Cato Institute, the new report demonstrates that less marijuana is being smuggled across the border amidst cannabis legalization at the state level.
The Mexican Supreme Court recently ruled that the prohibition of marijuana was unconstitutional, but the new government supports legalization, so what's the next step?
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