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Costa Rican police arrest 2 US citizens linked to hydroponic marijuana operation

A man with the last name Whytworth and a woman with the last name Olszewski, both U.S. citizens, were arrested Saturday for allegedly running a hydroponic marijuana growing operation on a farm in Santa Cruz, in the northwestern province of Guanacaste.

The New York Times calls for marijuana legalization

The New York Times called for the legalization of marijuana on Saturday, in a bold editorial comparing the federal ban on cannabis to Prohibition.

Obama says he ended the ‘War on Drugs.’ Don’t believe him

In its most recent National Drug Control Strategy, released last week, U.S. officials promised a more humane and sympathetic approach to drug users and addiction. Out, the report suggests, are "tough on crime" policies.

Seattle’s only legal pot shop runs out of marijuana after 3 days

The store, one of 25 licensed statewide this week, had 11 pounds (4,990 grams) of pot when it opened July 8 and sold out about 5 p.m. local time Thursday, owner James Lathrop said. With taxes, 2-gram bags sold for $46.77, he said.

Health officials alarmed by increase in marijuana use among young Ticos

A study by the Adolescents Clinic at the National Children's Hospital conducted among 3,373 high school students in the Greater Metropolitan Area indicates that the number of marijuana users increased from 1 percent in 1991 to 10 percent in 2006 and to 15 percent last year, reported the Social Security System, or Caja.

President of Guatemala calls Costa Rica’s Solís a ‘strategic partner’ to change drug debate

Solís reiterated his previous position that he does not support drug legalization, but the Costa Rican leader expressed interest in further "decriminalizing" drug use in Costa Rica.

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