Cannabis News 10/22-10/29, 2019 - Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, released a plan pledging to "immediately" use executive action to deschedule cannabis...
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Will Mexico Legalize Cannabis This Week? There’s Certainly an Opportunity. Mexico Senate committees released legislation Oct. 17 that would legalize adult-use cannabis, and the bill needs to be approved by the end of the month to meet a Supreme Court deadline.