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Border stops snag drugs, no terrorists

US tactics near Canada anger Vermont residents

By Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Correspondent / December 19, 2006

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SWANTON, Vt. -- Security stops of cars in rural New England near the US border with Canada, which became more frequent after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, have yet to snare a single terrorist -- but they have contributed to a huge, unexpected increase in marijuana seizures, according to homeland security authorities. (Full article: 980 words)

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