» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments

Mexican Pot Growers Face U.S. Competition

The shifting economics of the marijuana trade suggests that new market forces, as much as law enforcement, can exact a heavy price on Mexico's drug cartels.

Note: Please upgrade your Flash plug-in to view our enhanced content.

This Story
Cartels Face an Economic Battle
Article | ARCATA, Calif. -- Stiff competition from thousands of mom-and-pop marijuana farmers in the United States threatens the bottom line for powerful Mexican drug organizations in a way that decades of arrests and seizures have not, according to law enforcement officials and pot growers in the United S...
This Story
The growing buzz on a marijuana alternative
Article | In the small backroom of Capitol Hemp, a head shop in Adams Morgan, a worker dutifully arranges an array of ceramic pipes displayed in a well-lit glass case. Another clerk helps a couple of customers as they peruse a selection of bongs and vaporizers.

Network News

X Profile
View More Activity
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
© 2009 www.washingtonpost.com