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Mexico to Open Debate on Use of Marijuana

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto came out strongly against legalizing marijuana on Wednesday, the same day his government announced a national public debate on the issue.

Mexico Senator Introduces Medical Marijuana Measure

A senator from President Enrique Pena Nieto's governing party introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow patients easier access to cannabis-based medicines, a week after a ruling by Mexico's Supreme Court that cracked open a door to recreational marijuan...

Mexico: High Court Upholds Individual Right to Cannabis

In a 4-to-1 decision on Nov. 4, the Criminal Chamber of Mexico's Supreme Court of Justice ruled that the prohibition of consumption and cultivation of cannabis for personal use is unconstitutional, voiding five articles of the country's principal narcoti...

Mexico Supreme Court Opens Door to Recreational Pot Use

Mexico's supreme court has ruled that growing, possessing and smoking marijuana for recreation are legal under a person's right to personal freedoms.  

Mexican Families Hoping for Medicinal Marijuana Watch Court

As Mexico's top court prepares to consider arguments that could open the door to the recreational use of marijuana, some families are hoping such a step could help make medicinal marijuana more accessible.

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