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

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

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

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.