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Gun Policy News


14 November 2010

National Public Radio (USA)

Many Mexican politicians view the current drug war — which has claimed roughly 30,000 lives over the past four years — as one more curse foisted on Mexico by their rich neighbor to the north. In this worldview, the incredibly violent conflict is fueled by U.S. demand for narcotics, fought with weapons from U.S. gun shops, and funded by U.S. cash that flows freely across the border. At the chamber of the Mexican Senate, Sen. Sebastian Calderon Centeno says the... (

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