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  • The Impact of Sequestration on Homeland Security: Scare Tactics or Possible Threat?
  • CBP Targets, Intercepts Illegally Imported Vehicles
  • Customs Broker Assessed $8 Million in Damages for Trademark Infringement
  • FDA Approves Abuse-Deterrent Labeling for Reformulated OxyContin
  • Press Release – FAA and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Reach Agreement on Airport Safety Violations
  • PHMSA Urges Americans to Spread the Word About Calling 811 Before You Dig
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  •  Overwhelming Approval in ILA Master Contract Ratification Vote: 88% Said "Yes" and Every ILA Local Approved ILA Six-Year Agreement
  • Chocolate Eggs Hatch Dangerous Surprise Toy for Children
  • CBP Seizes Thousands of Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals
  • Baltimore CBP Intercepts First in Port Amber Snail
  • Federal Trade Commission Posts New Video to Help Identity Theft Victims
  • PHMSA Urges Americans to Spread the Word About Calling 811 Before You Dig
  • FTC Video Helps Funeral Providers Comply with the Funeral Rule
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  • Agriculture Canine Team Stops Hidden Pork Products from Entering U.S.
  • USDA Dedicates April to Increasing Awareness on How to Stop Invasive Pests from Spreading
  • The Port Authority and Legends Give an Exclusive Preview of One World Trade Observatory
  • Securing Cyberspace While Protecting Privacy and Civil Liberties
  • U.S. Border Patrol Agents Confiscate Weapons, Meth
  • Detector Dogs Sniff Out Smuggled Wildlife
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  •  CBP Proposed Test Method for Textile Outer Soles
  •  CBP Proposing to Share C-TPAT Records
  •  Press Release – FAA Makes Tower Closing Decision
  •  USCBP - A Power Point Presentation for our Stakeholders on Wood Packaging Material (WPM)
  •  A Day in the Life of Homeland Security
  •  Eligibility of Two Halves of a Machine Imported Aboard Two Separate Carriers to Be Entered Under a Single Entry
  •  New Cargo Processing Requirements for the Port of New River Valley, VA (Port Code 1412)
  •  CBP Officers at Anzalduas International Bridge Seize Over $3 Million Worth of Narcotics
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  •  Copyrighted Goods May Be Imported Freely Says U.S. Supreme Court 
  •  CBP Agriculture Specialists in Brownsville Intercept Significant Pests, Issue Penalties Totaling More than $1.3 Million
  •  USCBP - Internet Purchases
  •  CBP Seizes Over $86M in Counterfeit and Pirated Merchandise at Miami International Airport
  •  Retailers Agree to Settle FTC Charges They Marketed Real Fur Products as Fake Fur
  •  Baltimore CBP Intercepts First in Port Caterpillar
  •  CPSC and ACCC Warn of Poison Dangers with Liquid Laundry Packets
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