Back in February, prior to the COVID pause, I traveled to Mexico to discuss the future of Mexico’s cannabis policy with top political decision makers alongside HLG international attorney, Luis Armendariz. Mexico is on the brink of cannabis legalization for both marijuana and industrial hemp, and I cannot stress enough how significant of this move.
20 de mayo de 2020 Comisiones del Senado mexicano aprueban el Dictamen sobre el cannabis ... pero se extiende el plazo El 4 de marzo de 2020, tres Comisiones del Senado mexicano aprobaron en lo general, en una sesión conjunta, el dictamen para expedir la nueva Ley de Regulación del Cannabis, con base en la
On March 4, 2020, three Mexican Senate Committees approved in a joint session the general terms of the cannabis bill for a new Law for Cannabis Regulation (Ley de Regulacion del Cannabis) - last version circulated on February 28, 2020 (the “Bill”). The Committees’ approval placed the Bill on its way to the Senate's general
The Hoban Minute – 37 Cannbisalud’s Lorena Beltran | Breaking Upate: Cannabis Legalization in Mexico
The Hoban Minute - 37 Cannbisalud’s Lorena Beltran | Breaking Upate: Cannabis Legalization in Mexico Bob and Eric sit down with the CEO of Cannabisalud, Lorena Beltran to discuss the recent extension granted by Mexico’s Supreme Court on forthcoming cannabis legislation, the importance of regenerative agriculture and crop diversification for Mexico's farmers, and why domestic
Mexico has once again delayed the legalization of marijuana and hemp. The potential future of the measure is now more anticipated than ever. The decision (originally set for April 30) was postponed due to the pandemic. They pressed pause on the process of legalization, missing the deadline originally set by Mexico’s supreme court. Because of
Mexico’s vote to legalize hemp and marijuana will likely be delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic, one attorney following the proceedings said. The delay has not been announced, but it’s expected to happen any moment, said Luis Armendáriz, an attorney in Chihuahua, Mexico, who is affiliated with Denver’s Hoban Law Group. “My realistic expectation is that they only