In this May 25, 2015 photo, Martin, a member of the Manga Rosa Social Club, a marijuana club, smokes a joint in the garden where marijuana plants are cultivated in Montevideo, Uruguay. The clubs, which are sprouting up around Montevideo, are essentially giant greenhouses where members can grow plants to their liking and, of course, smoke a joint or two to test a harvest. (Matilde Campodonico, The Associated Press)

What happened to $1 grams of marijuana in Uruguay?

What is happening, or rather not happening, with Uruguay’s government-run marijuana program?

Denver Post marijuana editor Ricardo Baca is joined by The Global Post’s senior correspondent, Will Carless, on a recent episode of the Cannabist Show, where the two discuss the intentions of the national marijuana movement and what’s new for the residents.

While home-grown marijuana and cannabis clubs are more common in Uruguay, little else has changed in the past couple of years since the country announced it would regulate marijuana sales.

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