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Lawmaker wants to legalize Uber in Costa Rica after another legal blow to the company

Lawmaker Franklin Corella says he wants to "modernize" Costa Rica’s transportation law.

Casa Presidencial presents gay common-law marriage bill

The bill would reform several articles of the family code to formally recognize “stable" relationships of more than three years between two people, regardless of their “sex, identity, sexual orientation or choice” with all the personal and property protections of legal marriage.

Solís looks to reset relations with Costa Rican media

Solís signed the Declaration of Chapultepec on Wednesday, a commitment that "No law or act of government may limit freedom of expression or of the press, whatever the medium.”

President Solís sacks technology minister over media ‘gag law’

La Nación reported that many of the draft legislation’s most controversial articles were copied from media laws in Venezuela and Ecuador, nations that have been criticized for restrictions on the press.

Government backpedals on media reform bill amid outcry

Telecommunications authorities found themselves in the baffling position of having to explain how and why provisions that the government said it opposed had made it into its own draft bill.

Costa Rican lawmakers approve 35 bills in first 6 months of term, but few are substantive

Ever wonder what Costa Rican lawmakers actually accomplish? Here's a look at the first six months of the current Legislative Assembly, a data analysis project aimed at promoting public access to information, brought to you by Ojo al Voto.

Lawmakers vote to curb their own salaries

Beginning in 2015, Costa Rican lawmakers will receive only one pay raise per year – not two – according to reforms approved Tuesday in a first-round debate at the Legislative Assembly.

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