Recent polling shows 64 percent of Uruguayans oppose the new marijuana law. And now the pro-weed presidential candidate is seeing his support slip too:

When former President Tabare Vazquez came out in support of marijuana regulation last August, it was seen as a proof that the law was out of jeopardy, as Vazquez’s presidential win in October 2014 was all but guaranteed. [But] support for Vazquez has been falling in recent months, while support for Luis Lacalle Pou — who has said he will seek to repeal the law’s authorization of commercial pot sales — has been growing.

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