RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Campaigning for the command of the Brazilian embassy in Washington, United States, Federal Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro (PSL-SP) began to support a bill that automatically permits the release of medications in Brazil already approved by foreign health authorities, such as the American FDA.
The bill would effectively bypass ANVISA's, the Brazilian regulatory agency, and runs contrary to the government's position on medical marijuana.
In addition to "son No. 03," other government . . .