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Saturday, April 29, 2006

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I've previously talked about how Mexico does not allow illegal immigrants into THEIR country. Of course, this raises the question - why would anyone want to live in Mexico? You could certainly retire to various places in Mexico, but you wouldn't want to work there with the failure of the Mexican government to adopt a living wage.

But perhaps a recent Mexican law change may attract some illegal immigrants.


[W]e should see illegal immigration of American citizens over the Mexican border any day now. Immigration officials will be on the look out for Rikki Williams, Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston. UK Insiders have also said that Keith Richards already plans to winter there with Kate Moss in the coming year.


Why?


Possessing marijuana, cocaine and even heroin will no longer be a crime in Mexico if the drugs are carried in small amounts for personal use, under legislation passed by the Mexican Congress.

The measure given final passage by senators late on Thursday allows police to focus on their battle against major drug dealers, the government says, and President Vicente Fox is expected to sign it into law....

Under the legislation, police will not penalize people for possessing up to 5 grams of marijuana, 5 grams of opium, 25 milligrams of heroin or 500 milligrams of cocaine....

The legal changes will also decriminalize the possession of limited quantities of other drugs, including LSD, hallucinogenic mushrooms, amphetamines and peyote -- a psychotropic cactus found in Mexico's northern deserts.



However, one blogger notes:


Man it's going to be tough as nails coming back from Mexico from now on!!


Uh...no it isn't. The border is kinda sorta porous, you see...

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