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Mexico to legalize cannabis
By Jerry Brownstein
Lawmakers in Mexico have approved a bill to legalize recreational marijuana - a milestone for this country which has been plagued by drug wars. The law allows individual users to carry up to 28 grams of marijuana and grow six cannabis plants at home. Cannabis can be purchased by adults over 18 at authorized businesses, and licenses will be granted for small farms and large commercial growers to cultivate and sell it. Mexico will join Canada and Uruguay on a growing list of countries that have legalized marijuana.

This trend is a great boost to individual freedom. It will also free law enforcement to pursue real crimes, rather than wasting so much time and money prosecuting people for using a substance that is harmless.


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