Clark Neily

Institute for Justice

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Senior attorney at the Institute for Justice, a libertarian public interest law firm, based in Virginia

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The National License Plate Recognition Program was begun by the Drug Enforcement Agency in 2008 to track the movement of drugs and drug money along the Mexican border.

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The National License Plate Recognition Program was begun by the Drug Enforcement Agency in 2008 to track the movement of drugs and drug money along the Mexican border.

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