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Indian reservations on both U.S. borders become drug pipelines


Like any young man on the Tohono O'odham Indian reservation on the border with Mexico, Clayton Antone can reel off the going rate for smuggling a load of marijuana into the U.S. "You get $2,000 for a 45-minute drive," Antone said. The Mexican and Canadian shiny pickup trucks and late-model SUVs outside the homes of unemployed Indians on the reservation suggest that some have acted on the math.