Sandra Dibble

Reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune

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Reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune, covering Tijuana, Mexico

Sandra Dibble on KCRW

Both houses of Congress  want to keep Mexican trucks off  U.S.

Here Come The Mexican Trucks

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Mexico's new President Felipe Calderón has declared war on the drug traffic that's corrupted local police and led to hundreds of murders in the past year.

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Mexico's new President Felipe Calderón has declared war on the drug traffic that's corrupted local police and led to hundreds of murders in the past year.

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