High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Canada and Mexico Must Prove Case With United Nations Before Legalizing Marijuana

Before Canada, Mexico or any other country can legalize marijuana across their respective nation, governments must first show the United Nations General Assembly later this year how they plan to make it happen while remaining in compliance with several international drug ...

Mexico: Zapatistas Host Ayotzinapa Families

The Zapatista rebels in Mexico's southern state of Chiapas marked the anniversary of their 1994 New Year's Day uprising by hosting a national activist gathering in their territory.   

Mexican Cardinal Says Church Doesn't Oppose Medicinal Pot

Roman Catholic Cardinal Norberto Rivera says that the church has no problem with the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes.

Mexico Issues First Permits for Marijuana Under Court Ruling

The Mexican government on Friday granted the first permits allowing the cultivation and possession of marijuana for personal use.

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.

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