Cities in U.S. becoming ports for Mexican drug cartel

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According to the Washington Post and the Huffington Post, U.S. cities are becoming ports to Mexican drug cartels.

Little Village in Chicago is a big hub to very potent drugs made in Mexico, such as heroine and meth. It counts for as much as 80 percent of the drugs in the U.S. and is about 90 percent potent.

The drugs have become much more potent than in the past, and the cost has dropped a significant amount. Although the amount of drugs coming in from Mexico has increased, the amount produced in the U.S. is not decreasing, and is actually becoming more of a problem.

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