Outgunned: Law Enforcement Agents Warn Congress They Lack Adequate Tools to Counter Illegal Firearms Trafficking

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The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform examined what improvements are needed to better counter firearm trafficking by Mexican drug cartels. The purpose was to look into the increasing number of guns from the United States fueling violence in Mexico and the United States. The committee found improvements were needed and the United States was fueling violence in Mexico.
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House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, hearing on "Operation Fast and Furious: Reckless Decisions, Tragic Outcomes," 112th Cong., H.Hrg. 112-64, (2011, June 15)
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