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News, The Snitch President Felipe Calderón: Drug Trafficking, Consumption "Impossible to End"

President Felipe Calderón: Drug Trafficking, Consumption "Impossible to End"

At the end of his six-year term in D.F., Mexican President Felipe Calderón is taking the garrulous route out of office. Calderón, who exits the presidency next month, is busily talking up Mexico's surging economy and potential to be the…
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News, The Snitch Marijuana Legalization in Two States Has Mexico, Costa Rica Questioning U.S. Role in Drug War

Marijuana Legalization in Two States Has Mexico, Costa Rica Questioning U.S. Role in Drug War

On Nov. 6, the country watched closely as voters legalized small amounts of marijuana for adults in Colorado and Washington. And now those votes are resonating south of the border.This week, the president of Costa Rica said that increased demand…
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News, The Snitch Biden: Drug Legalization "Worth Discussing," but There's "No Possibility" of U.S. Support

Biden: Drug Legalization "Worth Discussing," but There's "No Possibility" of U.S. Support

Joe Biden's a reasonable guy. When presidents of Latin American nations suggest drug legalization as a solution to the drug-fueled violence wreaking havoc on their land, the Vice President will listen... long enough to dismiss the idea out of hand.The…
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News, A Report From Juarez, the Front Line of the War on Drugs

A Report From Juarez, the Front Line of the War on Drugs

Editor's note: Mexicans lived in America before many territories became states. Indeed, much of our country was once their country. Today, Mexican immigrants are part of the fabric of this nation. Yet there is now fervor to drive immigrants out…
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