Tuesday Feb 25
Mexico to Decriminalize Marijuana
Lawmakers from Mexico's left-wing Party of the Democratic Revolution introduced legislation last week to decriminalize cannabis in an effort to curb cartel violence.
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Leftist Mexican lawmakers present medical marijuana bill
Left-wing Mexican senators on Tuesday presented an initiative to legalize medical marijuana, saying a new approach was needed to speed up drug liberalization and help end a cycle of cartel violence that has killed tens of thousands.
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The opposition party governing Mexico City said on Thursday it would propose raising the amount of marijuana residents of the capital can possess to seven times the current limit to help speed up drug liberalization in Mexico.