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March 5th, 2012 Drug Trafficking in the United States The United States of America has been at war against drug trafficking since the early 1920’s. The drug cartel has tried different methods of moving drugs and money between Mexico and the United States. Americans have two major problems in the United States. The first being controlling how, when and where drugs enter our border and the second being assisting the Mexican government in keeping an eye on the drug cartel. Drug use by high school students has declined in the last few years due to: Increased security checks on our border, education materials taught in the classroom, drug tests and increased monitoring of known drug traffickers.