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  • Weekly Trade Spotlight: The Third-Country Fabric Provision of the African Growth and Opportunity Act
  • Statement from Acting U.S. Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank on Passage of Trade Bill to Strengthen U.S. Textile Industry
  • Gibson Guitar Corp. Agrees to Resolve Investigation into Lacey Act Violations
  • CBP U.S. Border Patrol Agents Make Two Seizures of Methamphetamine Worth More Than $2.1 Million
  • Refunds Stemming From Reebok's Settlement With FTC Mailed to Consumers Who Bought EasyTone and RunTone Shoes and EasyTone Apparel
  • Governor Cuomo Announces State Makes it Illegal to Sell or Possess Bath Salts or Synthetic Drugs
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  • House Set to Approve Strongest Iran Sanctions Ever
  • House Passes Bipartisan Legislation to Address Africa Preferences, CAFTA-DR Technical Textile Changes, and Burma Sanctions
  • FDA Warns Consumers Not to Eat Cantaloupes from Burch Equipment LLC of North Carolina
  • Chairmen Johnson and Herger Announce a Hearing on Removing Social Security Numbers from Medicare Cards
  • Burlington Coat Factory Agrees to $1.5 Million Civil Penalty for Failure to Report Drawstrings in Children's Outerwear and for Selling Recalled Outerwear
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection Import Specialists and Officers Seize Priceless Egyptian Artifacts
  • CBP Officers Pull the Plug on Unsafe Trees
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  • Northern Border Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement
  • FDA Warns Consumers Not to Eat Shellfish from Oyster Bay Harbor, Nassau County, NY
  • Port Surveillance News: CPSC Takes Safety to the Front Lines, Prevents More Than 360,000 Violative Units from Reaching Consumers in 2nd Quarter of Fiscal Year 2012
  • Department of Transportation Praises U.S. Court of Appeals Decision to Uphold Airline Passenger Protections
  • Burlington Coat Factory Agrees to $1.5 Million Civil Penalty for Failure to Report Drawstrings in Children's Outerwear and for Selling Recalled Outerwear
  • FTC Calls Wireless Phone Bill Cramming a Significant Consumer Problem
  • Rio Grande City Port CBP Officers Seize More Than $2 Million in Marijuana
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  • FTC Staff: Labeling Company's Textile Products as 'Flax' Would Comply with Agency Textile Rules
  • Distinguishing Bolts from Screws
  • Chairman Lidinsky Applauds New USDA Container Availability Report and Urges Full Shipper Participation
  • Treasury Increases Sanctions Against Syria
  • Auto Safety Agency Joins Effort to Combat Potential Safety Risks from Imported Goods
  • FDA Approves New Colon-Cleansing Drug For Colonoscopy Prep
  • CBP Responds to Detroit's Second Bomb Threat in One Week
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  • Did you know... That CBP Sends Teams to Get a "Jump" on Fraudulent Imports?
  • ICE-Led IPR Center Seizes 70 Websites Duping Consumers into Buying Counterfeit Merchandise
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection Import Specialists and Officers Seize Counterfeit Watches Valued at $28.7 Million
  • FDA Introduces New Safety Measures for Extended-Release and Long-Acting Opioid Medications
  • Louisville CBP Uncovers Dirt on Harmful "Bath Salts" Drugs
  • 33 Charged in Multi-Million Dollar Inter-national Loan Fraud Scheme
  • NY Travelers:  Helping to Avoid Traffic & Construction Delays This Summer
  • Guard Your Grill: Patients Accidentally Swallow Wire Brush Bristles, Hospital Reports
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