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Cannabis: lessons from Uruguay for Latin America from a landmark law

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The momentum that cannabis regulation has received in the region in recent months, following the approval of the export of dried flowers in Colombia, had points of contact with what happened in Uruguay at the end of 2013, after the passing of the law that allowed production for medical, industrial and psychoactive consumption purposes, which included the sale of marijuana in pharmacies.

Almost eight and a half years after the election that marked the government of José Mujica (2010-2015) at the international level, the laws already passed show the lights and shadows of an industrial . . .

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