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Mexico to reconsider joint policies with U.S. amid new State marijuana laws

 
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11/08/2012 02:53 PM
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Mexico to reconsider joint policies with U.S. amid new State marijuana laws
Maybe now Mexico will legalize marijuana laws themselves in order to sell it to the 2 states.


A top aide to Mexico’s President-elect Enrique Pena Nieto says votes to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Colorado and Washington state will force the Mexican government to rethink its efforts at trying to halt marijuana smuggling across the Southwest border.

The Obama administration has been silent on the issue of legalized recreational marijuana, although it vigorously and publicly opposed a similar measure in 2010 in California, which was defeated. At that time, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. issued a warning letter saying the Justice Department would “vigorously enforce” federal drug laws if the state initiative passed. Mr. Holder did not publicly comment on this year’s efforts to legalize marijuana in Colorado and Washington state.

Asked about the Colorado and Washington state votes, Justice Department spokeswoman Nanda Chitre said only: “The department’s enforcement of the Controlled Substances Act remains unchanged. In enacting the Controlled Substances Act, Congress determined that marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance. We are reviewing the ballot initiatives and have no additional comment at this time.”

During his presidential campaign, Mr. Pena Nieto vowed to continue that country’s fight against drug trafficking. The topic of legalized marijuana is sure to come up during Mr. Pena Nieto’s planned Nov. 27 trip to the United States, when he will visit the White House.

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11/08/2012 02:56 PM
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Re: Mexico to reconsider joint policies with U.S. amid new State marijuana laws
What..no pipe policies?
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11/08/2012 03:07 PM
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Re: Mexico to reconsider joint policies with U.S. amid new State marijuana laws
It definitely needs to be legalized, regulated and then demonized by the media and govt. like smoking. It's the perfect plan.
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11/08/2012 03:51 PM
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Re: Mexico to reconsider joint policies with U.S. amid new State marijuana laws
Dear Mexico,

We didn't legalize it so we could have your shitty brick weed. We've got the supply side covered, thanks.

Sincerely,
Colorado
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11/08/2012 04:09 PM

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Re: Mexico to reconsider joint policies with U.S. amid new State marijuana laws
Dear Mexico,

We didn't legalize it so we could have your shitty brick weed. We've got the supply side covered, thanks.

Sincerely,
Colorado
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