Laura Carlsen

Center for International Policy

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Director of the Americas Program at the Center for International Policy,  a nonprofit that focuses on US policy and grassroots movements in Latin America

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Walmart, Safeway, Whole Foods and other American grocers import billions of dollars-worth of fruits and vegetables from Mexico.

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The Bush Administration wants to send helicopters, planes and inspection scanners to help Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon crack down on drug cartels.

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The Bush Administration wants to send helicopters, planes and inspection scanners to help Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon crack down on drug cartels.

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Mexican President Felipe Calderón's crackdown on drug cartels has been met with brutal violence, including the beheadings of local police.

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Mexican President Felipe Calderón's crackdown on drug cartels has been met with brutal violence, including the beheadings of local police.

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