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Montana Senator Max Baucus said he plans to introduce a bill that will allow U.S. lumber companies to keep an estimated $3.6 billion in duties paid on Canadian imports, even though international trade regulators have repeatedly ruled against the duties.
"Well I don't know in Montana what they call it when they take something from you ... but around here it's theft," B.C. Forest Minister Mike Dejong said.