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How Central Is Marijuana In The Drug War? Ctd

David Usborne considers the impact of Colorado cannabis on the cartels: A 2012 research paper by the Mexican Competitiveness Institute in Mexico called ‘If Our Neighbours Legalise’, said that the legalisation of marijuana in Colorado, Washington and California would depress cartel profits by as much as 30 per cent. A 2010 Rand Corp study of what […]
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