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April 02, 2006 

Legislation Introduced to Hire More CBP Import Specialists

Senators Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Charles Rangel (D-NY) have introduced legislation (S. 248 and H.R. 5069) that would require the Secretary of Homeland Security to hire additional full-time non-supervisory import specialists at the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection.



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