A Mexican federal police officer stands next to packages, believed to be marijuana, removed from a sophisticated clandestine tunnel which passes under the U.S.-Mexico border several years ago in Tijuana, Mexico. The amount of marijuana seized at the U.S.-Mexico border has dropped significantly since state-regulated markets have been created in some parts of the U.S.
A Mexican federal police officer stands next to packages, believed to be marijuana, removed from a sophisticated clandestine tunnel which passes under the U.S.-Mexico border several years ago in Tijuana, Mexico. The amount of marijuana seized at the U.S.-Mexico border has dropped significantly since state-regulated markets have been created in some parts of the U.S. DAVID MAUNG AP
A Mexican federal police officer stands next to packages, believed to be marijuana, removed from a sophisticated clandestine tunnel which passes under the U.S.-Mexico border several years ago in Tijuana, Mexico. The amount of marijuana seized at the U.S.-Mexico border has dropped significantly since state-regulated markets have been created in some parts of the U.S. DAVID MAUNG AP

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