DETROIT – The Free and Secure Transport program is living up to its acronym – FAST – by quickly causing a stir. Designed to expedite commercial shipments between Canada and the U.S., FAST could slow the border’s busiest single crossing point when leaders of the two countries meet here Sept. 9 to formalize the traffic-flow arrangement. President George W. Bush and Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien will appear near the Ambassador Bridge, which spans the Detroit River and ...
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