The Senate asked for an extension to the Supreme Court’s deadline to legalize cannabis, El Heraldo reported.

But the Supreme Court is preparing a general declaration of unconstitutionality if the Senate doesn’t approve a law before the end of the month, Excelsior reported Monday.

If the Senate doesn’t reform the laws, the Supreme Court could just eliminate from the legislation articles it considers unconstitutional.

This would effectively allow home-growing but not create a regulated commercial market.

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Mexico to miss deadline to legalize marijuana, including recreational use