Critics of costly plans to combat drug smuggling say there are better ways to battle Mexico's cartels, such as decreasing demand for drugs in the U.S., Tribune News reports.
"Trying to plug the border of drugs is not going to work," said Tony Payan, director of the Baker Institute Mexico Center. Full article (subscription required): http://bit.ly/238G6G2.
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