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Metal Theft Prevention Act Heads to the U.S. Senate

After clearing the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Metal Theft Prevention Act, S. 394, is on its way to the full Senate. If the bill is passed, metal theft would become a federal crime, and metal recyclers and other purchasers would be required to take
June 24, 2013

After clearing the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Metal Theft Prevention Act, S. 394, is on its way to the full Senate. If the bill is passed, metal theft would become a federal crime, and metal recyclers and other purchasers would be required to take additional steps to ensure that scrap metal was lawfully obtained by would-be sellers. The bill has bipartisan support in Congress and is supported by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Electric Co-op Today has the full story.

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