Clintons Mexican Trip

—- NPR's David Welna reports on President Clinton's first state visit to Mexico. It comes at a time of strained relations between the two countries, as Mexico complains about tougher U-S immigration laws and the U-S questions Mexico's commitment to fighting the drug trade. President Clinton will meet with the Mexican president and leaders of opposition parties, but he stresses the importance of focusing on the drug trade...something Mexican officials are not eager to discuss.

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