Colombia passes 1st draft of drug crop legalization billSARAH KINOSIAN
May. 10, 2012
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The Colombian House of Representatives Wednesday passed the first draft of a bill that seeks to legalize illicit crops.
The initiative calls for the decriminalization of growing plants such as coca, marijuana and opium poppies in the country.