A senate institute in Mexico has noted that a change to the country’s proposed cannabis law that would separate hemp from marijuana is still possible. Critics have said proposed regulations as they now exist could hamper hemp interests because the licensing program for hemp and marijuana are the same. Although the cannabis legislation has generally been approved by commissions for justice and health, the Belisario Domínguez Senate Institute said changes can still be made before the law becomes final.
Mexican law could still separate hemp, MJ
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