This article was originally published on Cannabis & Tech Today, and appears here with permission
When it comes to countries pushing for adult-use legalization in Central America, Mexico is likely the first nation that comes to mind, not Belize.
That is understandable given the fact that Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled in late 2018 that cannabis prohibition was unconstitutional and tasked lawmakers at the time with implementing its decision.
After a series of delays by lawmakers, Mexico’s Supreme Court stepped in again and that will hopefully speed up Mexico’s full legalization timeline.
With that being said, another country in Central America is ramping up its own push for …