Category Archives: Mexico

Mexico City Cannabis Activists Plant Buds at Capital’s Best Known Monument

Mexico City cannabis activist Jade Luna Villavicencio is sure that the end of cannabis prohibition can’t be far away. “There’s a saying that goes, ‘No hay mal que dure cien años’ [nothing bad lasts for a hundred years]’,” said the activist at yesterday’s cannabis plant-in.  If that’s the case, then we’re in the final countdown. […]

Senado mexicano propone borrador para la legalización del cannabis

Activistas dudan de que el nuevo plan centre adecuadamente los derechos del consumidor. Durante el fin de semana, México dio su último paso en lo que se ha convertido en un proceso aparentemente interminable hacia la legalización del consumo de cannabis. El Senado del país publicó un borrador de legislación que regularía el consumo, la […]

Mexican Senate Proposes Latest Draft For Cannabis Legalization

Over the weekend, Mexico took its latest step in what has become a seemingly interminable process towards the legalization of adult use cannabis. The country’s Senate published a draft of legislation that would regulate the consumption, production, harvest, packaging, distribution, and other facets of marijuana culture.  Marijuana legalization has dragged considerably in Mexico, where medicinal […]

El mundo de la legalización de Cannabis y la promesa Latinoamericana.

Por: Silvia Muñoz En papel, Latinoamérica se perfila como el nuevo gigante que promete entrar en el mercado cannábico con paso fuerte y un futuro maravilloso para inversionistas extranjeros, emprendedores de la región y diferentes gobiernos que en el pasado han sido fuertemente afectados por la guerra contra el tráfico de drogas.  Los últimos meses […]

Teen Accused Of Using Remote-Controlled Car To Transport Meth Across US Border

Border Patrol agents in San Diego arrested a 16-year-old boy early Sunday morning and have accused him of using a remote-controlled car to smuggle more than 55 pounds of meth across the U.S.-Mexico border. The boy was found by agents hiding in the bushes near the international border with the car and 50 parcels of […]

Celebrating Día De Muertos: A Day For The Dead

Every year in Mexico and beyond, descendants of departed loved ones transform somber memorials into lively altars or ofrendas, replete with colorful marigolds, dazzling candles, and all of the deceased’s favorite earthly indulgences as a way to bring joy to the act of remembrance and successfully propel the dead into the afterlife. In the United […]