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New law would let Uruguayans grow marijuana at home, in clubs

Marijuana grower and activist Juan Vaz checks a Marijuana plant using a cell phone for light in Montevideo in this August 9, 2012 file photo. According to a bill being discussed in congress, Uruguayan's could grow marijuana at home and consume up 40 grams (1.4 ounces) per month. REUTERS/Andres Stapff/Files

Marijuana grower and activist Juan Vaz checks a Marijuana plant using a cell phone for light in Montevideo in this August 9, 2012 file photo. According to a bill being discussed in congress, Uruguayan's could grow marijuana at home and consume up 40...more

Marijuana grower and activist Juan Vaz checks a Marijuana plant using a cell phone for light in Montevideo in this August 9, 2012 file photo. According to a bill being discussed in congress, Uruguayan's could grow marijuana at home and consume up 40 grams (1.4 ounces) per month. REUTERS/Andres Stapff/Files
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A Marijuana grower and activist that refused to be identified by name shows marijuana in Montevideo in this August 9, 2012 file photo. According to a bill being discussed in congress, Uruguayan's could grow marijuana at home and consume up 40 grams (1.4 ounces) per month. . REUTERS/Andres Stapff

A Marijuana grower and activist that refused to be identified by name shows marijuana in Montevideo in this August 9, 2012 file photo. According to a bill being discussed in congress, Uruguayan's could grow marijuana at home and consume up 40 grams...more

A Marijuana grower and activist that refused to be identified by name shows marijuana in Montevideo in this August 9, 2012 file photo. According to a bill being discussed in congress, Uruguayan's could grow marijuana at home and consume up 40 grams (1.4 ounces) per month. . REUTERS/Andres Stapff
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A Marijuana grower and activist that refused to be identified by name rolls marijuana in Montevideo in this August 9, 2012 file photo. According to a bill being discussed in congress, Uruguayan's could grow marijuana at home and consume up 40 grams (1.4 ounces) per month. REUTERS/Andres Stapff

A Marijuana grower and activist that refused to be identified by name rolls marijuana in Montevideo in this August 9, 2012 file photo. According to a bill being discussed in congress, Uruguayan's could grow marijuana at home and consume up 40 grams...more

A Marijuana grower and activist that refused to be identified by name rolls marijuana in Montevideo in this August 9, 2012 file photo. According to a bill being discussed in congress, Uruguayan's could grow marijuana at home and consume up 40 grams (1.4 ounces) per month. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
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