Can't Leave Home Without It

Czurak, David
February 2007
Grand Rapids Business Journal;2/19/2007, Vol. 25 Issue 8, pB2
The article reports on a new homeland security regulation that requires passport among business travelers from Michigan going to Mexico or Canada. This is part of a strategy taken by the federal government which tries to tighten border security. The new regulation also requires passports for air travelers to South and Central America.


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