Experts: Improved Border Drug Probes Better Than a Wall

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After the government built fences in San Diego, drug smugglers turned to the ocean, underground tunnels and, most commonly, the ports of entry. Last year more than 90 percent of the drug seizures happened in the port of entry, where millions of cars drive into San Diego from Mexico every year, reports the USA Today Network. David Shaw of the U.S. Department of . . .

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