On October 31, the Mexican Supreme Court issued its fourth and fifth consecutive rulings that cannabis prohibition is unconstitutional. The court found that “the effects that marijuana produce do not justify the absolute prohibition of its use.”
In Mexico, unlike in the U.S., five of the same rulings are needed to set a legal precedent. You can read about it in more depth in our past coverage on the cannabis legalization process in Mexico here.
Is Weed Now Legal in Mexico?
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