On June 19th, 2017, Mexico legalized medical marijuana, or more specifically, “pharmacological derivatives of cannabis” to be regulated and studied by the Ministry of Health.
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Is 18 years in prison without the possibility of parole too harsh for a man arrested with 18 grams of marijuana?
Case centred on Mary Jane’s Glass and Gifts in Abbotsford which challenged city order to shutter it.
The Arizona Supreme Court says the mere smell of marijuana can still be the sole basis for police to obtain a warrant to conduct a search, despite the state’s legalization of medical marijuana.
The Supreme Court’s decision today to toss out a lawsuit that could have brought Colorado’s legal marijuana boom to a screeching halt hasn’t deterred opponents of the national legalization effort.
For the second time this year, the City of Abbotsford is going to court to try to stop pot activist and businessman Don Briere from operating a marijuana store in the Fraser Valley city.
Mexican health authorities issued Friday the first permit allowing four individuals to grow and smoke their own marijuana, but none actually plans to consume the drug.
On Wednesday, Mexico’s Supreme Court will debate whether the prohibition of the consumption and cultivation of marijuana for personal use is unconstitutional.
Conservative government's resistance to marijuana oil up in smoke following Supreme Court ruling