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

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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.