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- A port security bill (H.R. 4954) has been approved by both the House of Representatives and the Senate and signed into law by President Bush.

Legal Report

- A grocery store wasn’t held liable for detaining a patron mistakenly accused of theft. Also, legislation on port security, counterfeiting, and helicopter safety

Port security.

- A port security bill (H.R. 4954) has been approved by the House of Representatives. The Senate has placed the measure on its calendar, meaning that it will consider the bill. The bill, which will cost $7.4 billion, was approved by the House of Representatives with most of its original provisions intact.


- 50 The estimated percentage of  cargo that arrives in the Port of Los Angeles as “in-bond” each year. In-bond cargo is allowed to enter the country and be transported to another port before being checked by U.S. Customs. Shippers only submit the detailed information used for inspection at the final destination port.

Why the Weak Links?

- This study looks at attitudes and behaviors with regard to supply chain security in the Hong Kong region and examines the potential for improving conditions in the future.

Port Radiological Sensors Delayed and Overbudget

- A government audit says the development of high-tech sensors to detect radiation at ports and border crossings is hamstrung by poor coordination between government agencies and is overdue and overbudget, reports the AP.

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