Obama: U.S. 'Committed' To Drug War

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President Obama says the U.S. is "absolutely committed" to working in partnership with Mexico to fight the "scourge" of drug cartels. Mexican President Felipe Calderon urges Obama to renew a ban on assault-style weapons, but Obama says it may take too much politically to reinstate the ban.



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