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Published on Jul 2, 2013
More than 70 percent of methamphetamine illegally trafficked into the U.S. passes through San Diego ports of entry. The amount of meth seized at the border has increased dramatically over the past five years. And meth use is also up in the county. As Jill Replogle, from our Fronteras Desk reports, that's despite laws in both countries designed to crack down on the drug.