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Opposition grows to US-Canada border passport plan

Five Canadian provinces and six Northeast U.S. states agreed on Saturday to fight U.S. legislation that would require passports or sophisticated ID cards to enter the United States from Canada. The new rules to take effect from 2008 — aimed at tightening security after the September 11 attacks — would create a bureaucratic nightmare, damage trade and shake up border life, said the U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Full Story

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