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Mexico's incoming government moves to legalize marijuana Thursday, 8 November 2018
Mexico's incoming government submitted a bill on Thursday to create a medical marijuana industry and allow its recreational use, part of a crime-fighting plan that would make Mexico one of the world's most populous countries to legalize the drug.
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On Thursday, the country's next interior minister submitted a bill to create a cannabis industry and allow recreational use of the drug.

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