Mexico's Supreme Court took a step toward legalizing pot yesterday when it ruled that growing, possessing and smoking marijuana recreationally is legal under the right to freedom. The ruling only applies to the plaintiffs in that case, a group of four people wanting to form a pot club.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Juan Carlos Perez of BBC Mundo, the BBC's Spanish-language Latin American service, about what this ruling means for Mexico's drug laws and Latin America's war on drugs.
- Juan Carlos Perez, Colombian journalist and multimedia editor for BBC Mundo. He tweets @JCPerezSalazar.
This segment aired on November 5, 2015.