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Mexican vigilante legalization plan carries risks

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MEXICO CITY (AP) — After months of tacit cooperation with rural vigilantes trying to drive out a cult-like drug cartel, the Mexican government is seeking to permanently solve one of its toughest security problems with a plan to legalize the growing movement and bring it under the army's control. But the risks are high. To succeed, the government must enforce military discipline and instill...

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