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  • smooth through the air outside Mexico Senate building as protesters lined up in a garden run by activists who want legalized marijuana use.

  • Mexico's Supreme Court last year ruled that laws prohibiting cannabis use were unconstitutional, but the court set a deadline for the government October 2019.

  • Over a year later, the government is used to draft legislation that would formally legalized marijuana.

  • This in action sparked activists like Jesus Rivera to protest outside the Senate.

  • It's a real shame and embarrassment that senators have not being able to make marijuana legislation happen.

  • They have not been able to debate it.

  • Their job is to legislate and protect our rights, and in a year and a half they haven't done it.

  • It's not worth asking for more time because our rights continued to be violated.

  • The constitution continues to be violated.

  • There continues to be a problem constitutionally.

  • Okay.

  • The cannabis seeds were sown in the garden in February, and people are allowed to smoke for 30 minutes at a time.

  • Police appeared to be turning a blind eye, but it's unclear how long this will last.

  • Come on, this is Emma.

smooth through the air outside Mexico Senate building as protesters lined up in a garden run by activists who want legalized marijuana use.

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Pot activists fired up over Mexico's slow reform

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/07
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