In October 2018 the Supreme Court of Mexico ruled that the prohibition of cannabis is unconstitutional. It requested the government to reform the drug laws and create a new legal regulation scheme. The court initially set an October 31, 2019 deadline for lawmakers but granted the Senate a six-month extension to April 30 after the upper house suspended debate on legalisation for a variety of reasons. We interviewed Zara Snapp, a leading cannabis reform activist, about how she sees the opportunities and challenges in these exciting times.


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