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January 28, 2008

The costs of prohibition

NORML_Remember_Prohibition_.jpgThe nature of the problems that confront Texans and law enforcement officers who live near the Texas-Mexico border have been a frequent topic on this blog (see here, here, and here). Those problems are exacerbated by the archaic nature of U.S. drug laws (see here and here).

This must-read Scott Henson post does an excellent job of defining the parameters of the increasingly serious problems on the Texas-Mexico border.

No Country for Old Men may be fiction, but the story it tells is very real.

Posted by Tom at January 28, 2008 12:00 AM |

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