Medical marijuana is legal in parts of the United States and several countries in South America. Argentina is not one of them.
Good Golly, Miss Mary Jane! I've been watching marijuana legalization marches for a long time and I've never seen a crowd like this.
For years the country was largely untouched by the brutal cartels that control the narco trade in Mexico. But an eight-year-old boy is proof those days are over
Document of Latin Judges on public policy in the area of drugs and human rights
CANNABIS CULTURE - Weedy world traveler Dragonfly de la Luz reports on the ganja revolution currently underway in Argentina, and smokes 'Mucha Chala' - a lot of marijuana.
Amid a growing Latin American backlash against the US-sponsored 'war on drugs', some South American states are preparing to decriminalize drugs.
This is the third Latin American country to see the light this year. Brazil was first, followed by Mexico and now Argentina.