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Thursday, April 27, 2006

 

House Panel Rejects Plan To Check All Cargo Abroad


Reuters

WASHINGTON - A House of Representatives committee on Wednesday rejected a Democratic proposal to require physical inspection of all U.S.-bound marine containers but approved a separate plan that may lead to expanded screening.

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JP sez:
All you need to know about the Republicon Party's dedication to national security.
Every single Con voted against screening cargo containers for radioactivity, because their corporate lobbyist owners oppose the idea.

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