WASHINGTON, July 14, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Next week, Uruguay will begin sales of legal marijuana for adult residents. The marijuana legalization proposal was put forward by former President José Mujica in 2012 as part of a comprehensive package aimed at improving public safety.
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Montevideo, Jun 1 (EFE).– Special soil, humidity gauges, pruning shears and books on growing cannabis are among the items in demand in Uruguay a year after the regulations for producing and marketing marijuana under government control took effect.
On May 6, 2014, President Jose Mujica led Uruguay to become the first country to declare cannabis legal within a framework of regulations that makes policies in Washington and Colorado seem like something dreamed up at pot parties. Every Uruguayan consumer must register to remain within the system, and choose one of three ways to access their cannabis.