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Sunday, January 28, 2007

Port cargo screening provisions unlikely to survive

Reported here, the effort to grind the import of cargo into the U.S. to a dead stop is not likely to make it past the Senate:
House-passed requirements for intensified screening of cargo on passenger aircraft and ship-borne goods heading toward the U.S. are unlikely to survive in the Senate, a House leader on security issues conceded Wednesday.
100 Hours? Reminds me of those lyrics from a Dylan song: "You just kinda wasted my precious time..." Only it's not all right.

We need to get adult about port security.

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