Legal Marijuana in Mexico

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Mexico is thinking about reforming their old anti marijuana laws, to hopefully reduce crime. A bill that was released on Thursday would allow people to sell legal weed with in the nations capital, Mexico city.   according to the press the new law would monitor sale and consumption. The bill would also legalize up to five grams. The new law would also be moved from a list 1 to a list 3 drug, meaning it had therapeutic benefits

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/13/mexico-marijuana-legalization_n_4784528.html?utm_hp_ref=drug-war

I think its good that Mexico is trying to pass this law, after Colorado and Washington state legalized marijuana they saw so much success I’m surprised every one isn’t trying to legalize.

 

2 Comments

  1. That is so true, Marijuana could diffidently pay off the US debt. It would also mean less violence in those who would kill for their illegal weed distribution business. It would be a good product to tax but as long as it is being monitored on how much a person can buy or consume a day.

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