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November 29, 1999 | From the Washington Post
Cocaine and marijuana seizures inside the southwestern U.S. border and along Mexico's Pacific coast have escalated dramatically in the last two years, alarming U.S. law enforcement authorities, who say Mexican traffickers are sending greater quantities and larger loads of drugs into the United States. Seizures of marijuana by U.S. agencies along the southwestern U.S. border, where 70% of all illicit drugs enter the country, are up as much as 33% over last year, according to U.S.
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November 29, 1999 | From the Washington Post
Cocaine and marijuana seizures inside the southwestern U.S. border and along Mexico's Pacific coast have escalated dramatically in the last two years, alarming U.S. law enforcement authorities, who say Mexican traffickers are sending greater quantities and larger loads of drugs into the United States. Seizures of marijuana by U.S. agencies along the southwestern U.S. border, where 70% of all illicit drugs enter the country, are up as much as 33% over last year, according to U.S.
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