NEWPORT, R.I. — Customs and Border Protection hopes a stopgap spending bill will clear the way for the agency to shift enough funds to minimize the impact of furloughs and other budget cuts under the sequestration, a top Customs official said.
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Customs 'Optimistic' About Budget Flexibility
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