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Mexico Decriminalizing Possession Of Drugs

April 30, 2009 | 3 Comments » | Topics: main

drugs legalized in mexico

Mexico’s Senate approved a bill on Tuesday decriminalizing possession of small amounts of narcotics for personal use, in order to free resources to fight violent drug cartels. According to Reuters:

The bill, proposed by conservative President Felipe Calderon, would make it legal to carry up to 5 grams (0.18 ounces) of marijuana, 500 milligrams (0.018 ounces) of cocaine and tiny quantities of other drugs such as heroin and methamphetamines.

The bill, which needs to be approved by the lower house, also allows Mexican states to convict small-time drug dealers, no longer making it a federal crime to peddle drugs. Drug dealers are rarely convicted in Mexico as federal courts are saturated with bigger cases and local judges cannot interfere.

Mexico has a senate? Huh. …Anyways….WOO! VIVA EL MEXICO!!

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  • B Money

    Letting people sell drugs without fear of repramand will only increase sales… Making it easier for the cartell to move drugs in mexico. Duh! I dont see how this could slow traffic anywhere except court!!!