"Too often, we don't know what's in these cargo containers," Murray said. "We don't know who's handled them. We don't know if what's written on the manifest actually matches what's inside the container. And we don't know which containers need extra scrutiny."

The GreenLane program, the senators said, would allow officials to focus on suspicious shipments by providing speedier transit for law-abiding importers who agree to more stringent security criteria. - (Full Article)

- The Daily Press - November 16, 2005