A guide to the legalization and regulation of recreational marijuana use in Mexico

The Chamber of Deputies has passed the general decriminalization and regulation of the recreational use -called "adult use"- of marijuana throughout the country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexico has taken yet another step towards becoming the third country in the world, along with Uruguay and Canada, to legalize the personal recreational use of marijuana.

After the Senate had passed, last November 19th, a ruling on the responsible adult use of cannabis, on Thursday, March 10th, the Chamber of Deputies passed the general decriminalization and regulation of the recreational use -called "adult use"- of marijuana throughout the country.

Some of the key points in this ruling, which would reform articles in the Federal Criminal Code and the General Health Law, include the enactment of . . .

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