I'd take these maps with a mountain of salt, but I find them strangely fascinating nonetheless, especially the ones in figure 3. Apparently, Colorado is a popular place to traffic in forbidden substances, unless you're Jamaican or Russian-Israeli. Or else the Jamaicans and Russian-Israelis are better at not being seen. It also looks like the one spot where those industrious Mexican dealers can't get a foothold is the border—the Canadian border, that is. And if you're scoring some dope in Alaska, you should thank a Dominican. Who knew?
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