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Latin American Leaders Talk Drug Reform at United Nations

September 30th

NEW YORK, NY — Once again, the United Nations‘ General Assembly meeting in New York City has become a forum for calls for drug reform. Leaders from Latin America took the opportunity this week to criticize drug prohibition and challenge the world body to come up with better alternatives. “Right here, in this same headquarters, 52 […]

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Uruguay House Passes Historic Marijuana Legalization Bill

August 1st

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MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY – The Uruguayan lower house of parliament passed a bill Wednesday that would create the world’s first legal, regulated marijuana markets Wednesday night. The bill passed on a vote of 50-46 after nearly 12 hours of debate. “Sometimes small countries do great things,” said Ethan Nadelmann, executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance. “Uruguay’s bold [...]

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Uruguay Takes Historic Step Toward Becoming First Country to Legally Regulate Marijuana

July 31st

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On Wednesday, the Uruguayan House of Representatives approved a bill to legally regulate marijuana. Passing with 50 out of 96 votes, the bill now goes to the Senate. If approved by the Senate, Uruguay will become the first country in the world to legally regulate the production, distribution and sale of marijuana. The marijuana legalization [...]

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Uruguay Poised to Become First Country to Legalize Marijuana

July 31st

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MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY – This summer – perhaps  as soon as today – the Uruguayan House of Representatives will vote on a bill to legalize marijuana. If approved by both the House and Senate, Uruguay will become the first country in the world to legally regulate the production, distribution and sale of marijuana for adult consumers. The marijuana [...]

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OAS Releases Historic Report on Drug Policy Alternatives

May 18th

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BOGOTA, COLUMBIA – The Organization of American States (OAS) Friday released a ground-breaking report on hemispheric drug control that includes not only an assessment of the current state of affairs, but also looks at a number of alternate scenarios for future directions in drug policy, including explicit analysis of possible regulation and legalization regimes.

The report comes even as the US military is expanding its drug war in Latin America.The military is deploying assets to Central and South America, and US military assistance in Latin America has quadrupled in the last decade — even as the region faces no external and diminishing internal threats.

The report, The Drug Problem in the Americas, was commissioned at last year’s Cartagena Summit of the Americas, where a number of Latin American leaders led by Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos criticized existing drug policies and called for a discussion of alternatives. On Friday, OAS head Jose Miguel Insulza hand-delivered the report to Santos in Bogota.

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