Uruguay will allow pharmacies to sell marijuana starting next Wednesday, in the final phase of a law making the small South American country the first in the world to legalize and regulate pot from production to sale.
Under legislation approved in 2013, Uruguayans have been allowed to grow their own pot and smoke it in clubs.
But working out a timetable for pharmacies to sell it, the third and last conduit called for in the legislation, proved more tricky. This has now been resolved, the state agency regulating marijuana said in a statement Friday.
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