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Uruguayan Senators Constanza Moreira (R) of the ruling Frente Amplio (Broad Front) party and opposition Ope Pasquet of the Colorado party attend the discussion of a law on the legalization of marijuana's cultivation and consumption at the Parliament building in Montevideo on December 10, 2013. Uruguays parliament is to vote Tuesday a project that would make the country the first to legalize marijuana, an experiment that seeks to confront drug trafficking. The initiative launched by 78-year-old Uruguayan President Jose Mujica, a former revolutionary leader, would enable the production, distribution and sale of cannabis, self-cultivation and consumer clubs, all under state control. AFP PHOTO/ Pablo PORCIUNCULA (Photo credit should read PABLO PORCIUNCULA/AFP/Getty Images)
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Uruguayan Senators Constanza Moreira (R) of the ruling Frente Amplio (Broad Front) party and opposition Ope Pasquet of the Colorado party attend the discussion of a law on the legalization of marijuana's cultivation and consumption at the Parliament building in Montevideo on December 10, 2013. Uruguays parliament is to vote Tuesday a project that would make the country the first to legalize marijuana, an experiment that seeks to confront drug trafficking. The initiative launched by 78-year-old Uruguayan President Jose Mujica, a former revolutionary leader, would enable the production, distribution and sale of cannabis, self-cultivation and consumer clubs, all under state control. AFP PHOTO/ Pablo PORCIUNCULA (Photo credit should read PABLO PORCIUNCULA/AFP/Getty Images)
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