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The idea is gaining some unlikely support in the wake of the growing violence in Mexico. Since late 2006, Mexico’s drug violence has killed more than 9,000 people as cartels and gangs battle each other for territory and fight against government crackdown. The violence has spilled over the U.S. border where kidnappings and killings are on the rise. Read more.
There's a school of thought that it will take more than increased law enforcement to combat the drug problem. Some are now calling for legalizing ALL drugs, not just marijuana, in order to win this war. One of those voices, leading Harvard economist Jeffrey Miron, made the case for legalization on American Morning. Here's my interview with him today.
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