How Colorado and Washington State Could End Mexico's Drug War 

Tuesday’s marijuana legalization votes could spark a movement that stems a key revenue stream for drug cartels

Might Americans' growing ability to get stoned without fear of arrest end Mexico's bloody gangster wars? The legalization of recreational marijuana approved by voters Tuesday in Washington and Colorado could sap power from vicious smuggling gangs, and undermine the Mexican government's rationale…

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