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Pocket Protectors

Written By: Jason Shafrin - Aug• 22•06

From the ArgMax website (“Your Congress at Work“), we see that the pocket lobby may have Congess in its pocket:

“A spokesman for Rep. Bob Inglis, R-S.C., confirmed Inglis voted for the Oman deal after being assured by House Majority Leader Boehner that the House would take up the CAFTA fixes. The language would implement an agreement struck to lock up the votes of Inglis and others on CAFTA itself — it would ensure that apparel with pockets coming from CAFTA countries would not get duty-free access to the United States unless the material for the pocketing originates in the United States.”

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