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Despite Being Legal, Most in Uruguay Not Interested In Selling Marijuana
Uruguay was the first country in the world to fully legalize the production, sale and use of marijuana, but the legal market has suffered growing pains.

Uruguay announced earlier this month that legal marijuana would soon be available for sale at registered pharmacies, but only a small number have so far signed up as many are fearful of violence and security issues associated with the drug.

As of July, only 50 out of 1,200 pharmacies have registered to sell cannabis, according to The Cannabist. Many pharmacies are scared of robberies, are concerned about increasing costs and paperwork, and of disclosing their activities to other customers who do not agree with legal marijuana. [Read more at teleSUR]

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