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La marihuana legal cubrirá solo un cuarto de la demanda habitual

12/07/2016

Hasta octubre de este año, 5.332 cultivadores de marihuana se registraron, como lo establece la ley. A eso se le suman 22 clubes cannábicos registrados en el Instituto de Regulación y Control de Cannabis, que pueden tener en total 990 afiliados (máximo 45 por cada uno). Además, hay dos licencias otorgadas a productores para poder cultivar y vender en farmacias y cada una de ellas tendrá un límite de producción de 2 toneladas anuales.

Saying No to Weed: Public Opinion Towards Cannabis Legalization in Uruguay

11/10/2016

As part of the Latin American Marijuana Research Initiative (LAMRI), Dr. José Miguel Cruz, LACC’s Director of Research, Rosario Queirolo and María Fernanda Boidi released new findings about the marijuana legalization process in Uruguay. “Saying no to weed: Public opinion towards cannabis legalization in Uruguay” is available for reading. Please click the link above.

New LAMRI Reports on Uruguay's Growing Resistance to Cannabis Regulation

08/09/2016

LACC’s LAMRI team conducted a workshop in Universidad Católica del Uruguay with authorities related to the implementation of the cannabis law in Uruguay, social organizations and researchers, to discuss some the results of the research.

LAMRI Research

Articles and Conference Papers

Rethinking the Leaf? Support for Marijuana Legalization in Uruguay, the United States and El Salvador. (Cruz, Queirolo, Boidi 2015.)

Marijuana Consumption Patterns among Frequent Consumers in Montevideo (Boidi, Queirolo, Cruz, 2015)

Inventando Caminos: The Road of Marijuana Legalization in Uruguay (Arrarás and Bello-Pardo, 2015.)

Experimenting with marijuana policy in Uruguay (Mora and Cruz, 2015.)

LAMRI Reports

Marijuana Legalization in Uruguay and Beyond (Boidi, Cruz, Queirolo, Bello-Pardo, 2015.)

Regulación del mercado de marihuana. Evidencia desde Uruguay a las Américas (Boidi, Cruz, Queirolo, Bello-Pardo, 2015.)

Book Chapter

Inventando Caminos—Cannabis Regulation in Uruguay (Arrarás and Bello-Pardo, 2014, in Rosen and Zepeda.)