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Panama close to becoming first country in Central America to allow use of medical cannabis

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The cultivation, import, and export of cannabis is a reality in Panama through a new regulation. Panamanian authorities created a new regulatory law that allows the medicinal use of cannabis in their country for selected individuals.

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Laurentino Cortizo, president of Panama, signed law number 154, which allows the therapeutic and medicinal use of cannabis and its derivatives in the country.

It is worth mentioning that Panama would be the first country in Central America to . . .

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