Earlier this month the Supreme Court in Mexico declared the country’s ban on the production, possession and consumption of cannabis to be unconstitutional. The ruling opens the way for legislation that could wipe away the prohibition of marijuana in the country.
While this would be of great benefit for the people of Mexico and a huge boon to their economy, it also has major implications to the people of the U.S., as would similar legalization from our friends to the north. Think about it: fully legal nations surrounding the United States — the same United States that pressured these countries on the Drug War for decades.
And what would the U.S. do about it? What could the government do to stem the tide of legal, potent weed flowing across both borders... Continue story HERE