An Odd Quiet over Rx Imports

A Native American trading post offers apparently illegal drugs from Canada at deep discounts. Yet, the feds aren't rushing to intervene

In the far north of New York State, only a few miles from Canada, is the command point for the Seneca Trading Post. Here, a group of Native Americans, members of the Seneca tribe, have hung out a shingle as the middleman for U.S. citizens looking to purchase discounted drugs from Canada. The practice of importing drugs from foreign markets for sale in the U.S. is generally illegal, but it has been on the upswing for the past few years.

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