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View Systems, Sannabis, the Only Company Planting Cannabis in Uruguay this Season

The company President applies to U.S. for a permit to import this raw hemp into the United States to be transformed into many different products while they get their transformation licenses in Colombia and Uruguay. They anticipate over 100,000 POUNDS and 3 Metric Tons of seeds with good oil content will be available in 45-60 days. View Systems, medical marijuana and hemp subsidiary, Sannabis S.A.S. (“the Company”) provides an update on their hemp operations in Colombia and Uruguay. Sannabis aims to become…


In 2017, Peru’s marijuana laws changed to legalize marijuana, also known as cannabis, for medical purposes. In February this year, the government released official guidelines to issue licenses for the medical and therapeutic use of cannabis and its derivatives. In spite of this, further protocols were lacking before companies could apply for commercial cannabis licenses in Peru. With the recent release of awaited protocols in November of this year, entities can now begin the process of applying for licenses…

Weed-Curious Politicians Should Look to Uruguay, Where There’s No Fuss Over Legal Pot

People freak out about weed legalization, then realize it’s better and stop caring. When Uruguay became the first nation in the modern era to legalize weed in 2013, most of its citizens were against it. Yet, despite deep public skepticism, none of the challenges or perceived failures of the law have been enough to generate momentum to try and reverse it. Instead, during the first round of national elections last month, cannabis legalization had all but been forgotten as an issue. It had retreated into the…
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