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Mexico City, Nov 18 (EFE) .- Mexican activists demanded Wednesday to legalize marijuana with a sit-in outside the Senate, which is debating the new Federal Law for the Regulation of Cannabis to endorse its recreational consumption.(Camera: MIGUEL ANGEL ANDRADE)SHOT LIST: B-ROLL OF THE OUTSIDE OF THE MEXICAN SENATE, WHERE ACTIVISTS HAVE INSTALLED A GARDEN OF MARIJUANA, THE FIRST NON-CLANDESTINE CULTIVATION OF THIS PLANT IN THE COUNTRY.

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