High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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As Legal Weed Goes Global, International Drug Treaties Are Questioned

As Canada (under Justin Trudeau) and Mexico consider marijuana legalization, leaders hope the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on drugs will clarify international drug control treaties.

UN Finding Increases Pressure on Mexico to Free 'Community Police' Leader

Pressure is increasing on Mexico to free imprisoned community activist Nestora Salgado after the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention issued a ruling earlier this month that her imprisonment is illegal. 

Mexico OKs 2 More Permits to Import Medicinal Cannabis

The Mexican government is letting the parents of two more sick girls import a cannabis-derived medicine for their treatment.

Mexico Drug Use Survey Shows Steep Rise

Mexico opened a formal debate on marijuana policy on Tuesday after the country's latest drug use survey showed 17.2 percent of middle- and high-school students report having used drugs. Marijuana was the drug most frequently reported.  

Mexico to Hold First National Debate on Legal Pot Later This Month

As reported on Tuesday by El Economista, Roberto Campa, Mexico's Undersecretary of the Interior Ministry for Human Rights, formally announced the initial debate on cannabis legalization—the Forum of Public Health and Prevention—wil...

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