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                                                       Calendar No. 524
112th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 2d Session                                                     112-227

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 A BILL TO CREATE A CITRUS TRUST FUND, TO RENEW AND MODIFY THE COTTON 
        TRUST FUND, AND TO MODIFY AND EXTEND THE WOOL TRUST FUND

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               September 20, 2012.--Ordered to be printed

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              Mr. Baucus, from the Committee on Finance, 
                        submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                         [To accompany S. 3568]

      [Including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office]

    The Committee on Finance, having considered an original 
bill (S. 3568) to create a Citrus Disease Research and 
Development Trust Fund to support research on diseases 
impacting the citrus industry, to renew and modify the 
temporary duty suspensions on certain cotton shirting fabrics 
in the Cotton Trust Fund, and to modify and extend the Wool 
Apparel Manufacturers Trust Fund, and for other purposes, 
reports favorably thereon without amendment and recommends that 
the bill do pass.

                                CONTENTS

                                                                   Page
 I. Report and Other Materials of the Committee.......................2
    A. Report of the Committee on Finance........................     2
    B. Summary of Congressional Consideration of the Bill........     2
        1. Background............................................     2
        2. Committee Consideration...............................     2
    C. Citrus Disease Research and Development Trust Fund........     3
    D. Cotton Trust Fund.........................................     4
    E. Wool Apparel Manufacturers Trust Fund.....................     4
    F. General Description of the Bill...........................     5
        1. Title I--Citrus Disease Research and Development Trust 
            Fund.................................................     5
        2. Title II--Cotton and Wool Trust Funds.................     5
            Section 201--Renewal and Modification of Duty 
              Suspensions on Cotton Shirting Fabrics and Related 
              Provisions.........................................     5
            Section 202--Modification of Wool Apparel 
              Manufacturers Trust Fund...........................     5
        3. Title III--Miscellaneous..............................     5
            Section 301--Engagement with Canada with Respect to 
              the Lumber Market..................................     5
            Section 302--Time for Payment of Corporate Estimated 
              Taxes..............................................     5
            Section 303--Extension of Customs User Fees..........     6
    G. Vote of the Committee in Reporting the Bill...............     6
II. Budgetary Impact of the Bill......................................6
III.Regulatory Impact of the Bill and Other Matters..................12

IV. Changes in Existing Law Made by the Bill, as Reported............12

             I. REPORT AND OTHER MATERIALS OF THE COMMITTEE


                 A. Report of the Committee on Finance

    The Committee on Finance, having considered S. 3568, an 
original bill to create a Citrus Disease Research and 
Development Trust Fund to support research on diseases 
impacting the citrus industry, to renew and modify the 
temporary duty suspensions on certain cotton shirting fabrics 
in the Cotton Trust Fund, and to modify the Wool Apparel 
Manufacturers Trust Fund, reports favorably thereon with one 
amendment and refers the bill to the full Senate with a 
recommendation that the bill do pass.

         B. Summary of Congressional Consideration of the Bill


                             1. BACKGROUND

    Citrus Disease Research and Development Trust Fund: On June 
21, 2011, Senator Nelson introduced S. 1295, the Citrus Disease 
Research and Development Trust Fund Act of 2011, on behalf of 
himself and Senators Boxer and Feinstein.
    Cotton Trust Fund: Congress established the Cotton Trust 
Fund in the Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006 (Public Law 
109-432). The Cotton Trust Fund provisions expired in 2009. On 
March 9, 2011, Senator Menendez introduced S. 529, a bill to 
extend the temporary duty suspensions on certain cotton 
shirting fabrics, and for other purposes, on behalf of himself 
and Senators Alexander and Casey. Since then, Senator Hagan has 
joined as a cosponsor. On August 1, 2012, Congressman Rangel 
introduced companion legislation (H.R. 6265) in the House of 
Representatives.
    Wool Trust Fund: Congress established the Wool Trust Fund 
in the Trade and Development Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-200) 
and extended the Wool Trust Fund provisions in subsequent years 
as part of the Miscellaneous Trade and Technical Corrections 
Act of 2004 (Public Law 108-429), the Pension Protection Act of 
2006 (Public Law 109-280), and the Emergency Economic 
Stabilization Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-343). No standalone 
legislation modifying the Wool Trust Fund has been introduced 
in the 112th Congress.

                       2. COMMITTEE CONSIDERATION

    The Senate Committee on Finance met in open executive 
session on July 18, 2012, to consider four legislative 
proposals, including a proposal to create a Citrus Disease 
Research and Development Trust Fund, to renew and modify the 
Cotton Trust Fund, and to modify the Wool Apparel Manufacturers 
Trust Fund.
    During the Committee's consideration of the proposal, three 
amendments were offered and withdrawn. The first of those 
amendments was offered by Senator Wyden and called for 
transparency and consultations with Congress on trade 
negotiations. Senator Wyden also offered a second amendment to 
combat counterfeits at the border. The third amendment was 
offered by Senators Cantwell and Roberts and would have added 
the Affordable Footwear Act (S. 1069) to the underlying 
proposal.
    Three amendments were offered and voted upon. The first 
amendment was offered by Senator Kyl and would have reformed 
the process for considering miscellaneous tariff bills. The 
amendment failed by voice vote. The second amendment was 
offered by Senator Thune to provide for temporary Trade 
Promotion Authority. That amendment failed by roll call vote 
with 11 ayes and 13 nays (Ayes: Cantwell, Hatch, Grassley, Kyl, 
Crapo, Roberts, Enzi, Cornyn, Coburn, Thune, and Burr (proxy); 
Nays: Baucus, Rockefeller, Conrad, Bingaman (proxy), Kerry 
(proxy), Wyden, Schumer, Stabenow, Nelson, Menendez, Carper 
(proxy), Cardin, and Snowe).
    The third amendment passed by voice vote, without 
objection. The amendment, offered by Senators Crapo and Snowe, 
requires the United States Trade Representative to continue to 
make it a priority in its engagement with Canada to address 
market-distorting subsidies and practices in the lumber market 
of Canada at the national and provincial levels.
    The Committee ultimately approved the proposal as amended 
by voice vote.

         C. Citrus Disease Research and Development Trust Fund

    S. 3568 amends the Trade Act of 1974 to establish the 
Citrus Disease Research and Development Trust Fund, a dedicated 
source of funding for scientific research, technical 
assistance, and development activities to combat citrus 
diseases and pests, both domestic and invasive, harming the 
United States. The Trust Fund is financed in amounts equal to a 
portion of tariff revenues on citrus and citrus products. 
Annual transfers to the Trust Fund are limited to the lesser of 
1/3 of the tariff revenue collected on citrus products or $30 
million, as well as the interest and proceeds related to Trust 
Fund balances.
    Amounts in the Trust Fund are available to the Secretary of 
Agriculture for expenditures relating to citrus disease and 
research, including contracts with public or private entities. 
S. 3568 establishes a nine-member Citrus Advisory Board to 
provide guidance on citrus research and development needs, 
propose a research and development agenda and Trust Fund 
budget, and evaluate research funded by the Trust Fund, among 
other responsibilities.
    S. 3568 includes annual reporting requirements related to 
citrus research and development activities, new developments in 
the spread and control of citrus diseases and pests, and the 
effectiveness of the Trust Fund expenditures, as well as the 
financial condition and results of Trust Fund operations. The 
bill also requires the President to notify the chairperson and 
ranking member of the Committee on Finance of the Senate and 
the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives 
before entering into any trade agreement that could result in a 
decrease in the amount of duties collected on imports of citrus 
products and a decrease in transfers to the Trust Fund. The 
bill includes a sunset provision terminating the Trust Fund at 
the end of the fifth calendar year that begins after the date 
of enactment.

                          D. Cotton Trust Fund

    U.S. manufacturers of cotton shirts face an inverted 
tariff--the U.S. tariff on finished cotton shirts is lower than 
the tariff on cotton shirt fabrics, which impacts the 
competitiveness of U.S.-based cotton shirt makers. Congress 
created the Cotton Trust Fund in the Tax Relief and Health Care 
Act of 2006 to address this issue through a combination of duty 
reductions on cotton shirt fabrics and duty refunds for 
domestic manufacturers that continue to manufacture shirts in 
the U.S.; cotton growers; and yarn spinners. The Cotton Trust 
Fund, which expired in 2009, was funded by tariff revenue from 
imports of certain products entering under chapter 52 of the 
Harmonized Tariff Schedule. S. 3568 reauthorizes the Cotton 
Trust Fund through 2015. The trust fund is capped at $16 
million per fiscal year.

                E. Wool Apparel Manufacturers Trust Fund

    Originally established in 2000, the Wool Trust Fund was 
extended by Congress in the Miscellaneous Trade and Technical 
Corrections Act of 2004. It supports wool textile 
manufacturers, wool suit makers, and wool growers to compensate 
them for the competitive damage to the U.S. suit industry 
caused by an inverted tariff--as with cotton shirts, the duty 
on a finished wool suit is lower than the duty on the wool 
fabric inputs used to make the suit. The Wool Trust Fund, which 
expires on December 31, 2014, is funded by tariff revenue 
collected on wool yarn and fabric imports entering under 
chapter 51 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule. The tariff 
revenues from these products, however, decreased sharply in 
2009 and 2010. As a result, the Wool Trust Fund does not have 
sufficient revenue to make the authorized payments to textile 
manufacturers and suit makers. To compensate for this shortfall 
S. 3568 amends the Miscellaneous Trade and Technical 
Corrections Act of 2004 to fully restore Wool Trust Fund 
payment levels in calendar years 2010 through 2012 and ensure 
that the Wool Trust Fund is fully funded through 2014 by 
tapping the tariff revenue from imports of apparel products 
entering under chapter 62 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule. 
The Wool Trust Fund is capped at $15 million each fiscal year.
    Prior to receiving payments from the Wool Trust Fund, a 
wool apparel manufacturer must submit an affidavit certifying 
that it remains a manufacturer in the United States as of 
January 1 of the year of payment. Such affidavit must be 
received by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol by March 1 of the 
year of payment. S. 3568 grants U.S. Customs and Border Patrol 
discretion to consider affidavits received by April 15 of the 
year of payment, at the request of the wool apparel 
manufacturer.

                   F. General Description of the Bill


     1. TITLE I--CITRUS DISEASE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND

    S. 3568 amends the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2102 et 
seq.) to establish the Citrus Disease Research and Development 
Trust Fund.

                2. TITLE II--COTTON AND WOOL TRUST FUNDS

Section 201--Renewal and modification of duty suspensions on cotton 
        shirting fabrics and related provisions

    Section 201 reauthorizes through 2015 the Cotton Trust 
Fund, which expired in 2009. It amends the Harmonized Tariff 
Schedule of the United States to reduce duties on certain woven 
fabrics of cotton through December 31, 2015. It also amends 
Section 407 of title IV of division C of the Tax Relief and 
Health Care Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-432; 120 Stat. 3060) to 
extend duty refunds and the Cotton Trust Fund through December 
31, 2015.

Section 202--Modification of Wool Apparel Manufacturers Trust Fund

    Section 202 modifies the Wool Apparel Manufacturers Trust 
Fund by amending Section 4002(c)(2) of the Miscellaneous Trade 
and Technical Corrections Act of 2004 (Public Law 108-429; 118 
Stat. 2600) to provide an alternative funding source for the 
Wool Trust Fund by substituting ``chapter 62'' for ``chapter 
51'' to make the authorized payments to textile manufacturers 
and suit makers.
    Section 202 also modifies the Wool Apparel Manufacturers 
Trust Fund by amending Section 4002(c)(3) of the Miscellaneous 
Trade and Technical Corrections Act of 2004 (Public Law 108-
429; 118 Stat. 2600) by inserting ``(or at the request of a 
manufacturer, and at the sole discretion of the U.S. Customs 
and Border Protection, no later than April 15 of the year of 
payment'' after ``March 1 of the year of payment.'' This 
amendment shall be effective with respect to payments payable 
during calendar year 2011 and thereafter.

                      3. TITLE III--MISCELLANEOUS

Section 301--Engagement with Canada with respect to the lumber market

    Section 301 provides that the United States Trade 
Representative shall continue to make it a priority in its 
engagement with Canada to address market-distorting subsidies 
and practices in the lumber market of Canada at the national 
and provincial levels.

Section 302--Time for payment of corporate estimated taxes

    Section 302 increases the amount of the required 
installment of estimated tax otherwise due from a corporation 
with at least $1 billion in assets in July, August, or 
September, 2017, by 0.25 percent. The bill reduces the next 
required installment to reflect the prior increase. The 
effective date of this section is the date of enactment of the 
Act.

Section 303--Extension of customs user fees

    Section 303 extends the merchandise processing fees 
authorized under section 13031(j)(3)(A) of the Consolidated 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA) from October 
23, 2021, through November 12, 2021. The effective date of this 
section is the date of enactment of the Act. The section also 
extends the passenger and conveyance processing fees authorized 
under section 13031(j)(3)(B)(i) of COBRA from October 30, 2021 
through November 26, 2021.

             G. Vote of the Committee in Reporting the Bill

    In compliance with section 133 of the Legislative 
Reorganization Act of 1946, the Committee states that on July 
18, 2011, S. 3568 was ordered favorably reported, with one 
amendment, by voice vote.

                    II. BUDGETARY IMPACT OF THE BILL

                                     U.S. Congress,
                               Congressional Budget Office,
                                 Washington, DC, September 7, 2012.
Hon. Max Baucus,
Chairman, Committee on Finance,
U.S. Senate, Washington, DC.
    Dear Mr. Chairman: The Congressional Budget Office has 
prepared the enclosed cost estimate for the Citrus, Wool, and 
Cotton Trust Fund Act of 2012.
    If you wish further details on this estimate, we will be 
pleased to provide them. The CBO staff contact is Susan Willie.
            Sincerely,
                                      Douglas W. Elmendorf,
                                                          Director.
    Enclosure.

Citrus, Wool, and Cotton Trust Fund Act of 2012

    Summary: The Citrus, Wool, and Cotton Trust Fund Act of 
2012 would establish a trust fund to support research on 
diseases affecting the citrus industry, provide new authority 
for expenditures from the Pima Cotton Trust Fund, and ensure 
that sufficient amounts are available in the Wool Apparel 
Manufacturers Trust Fund to make the full payments that are 
authorized each year. The bill also would eliminate duties paid 
on certain cotton fabrics, shift some corporate income tax 
payments between fiscal years, and extend user fees collected 
by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that are set to expire 
under current law.
    CBO estimates that enacting the bill would reduce direct 
spending by $7 million over the 2013-2022 period. Further, the 
staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) and CBO estimate 
that enacting the bill would reduce revenues by $1 million over 
the same period; the net impact of those effects would reduce 
the deficits by $6 million over the 2013-2022 period. Because 
the bill would affect both direct spending and revenues, pay-
as-you-go procedures apply. CBO estimates that implementing the 
legislation would have an insignificant effect on discretionary 
spending.
    CBO has determined that the nontax provisions of the bill 
contain no intergovernmental mandates as defined in the 
Unfunded Mandates Reform Act (UMRA) and would impose no costs 
on state, local, or tribal governments. CBO has determined that 
the nontax provisions of the bill would impose private-sector 
mandates as defined in UMRA by extending the authorization to 
collect customs user fees. CBO estimates that the aggregate 
cost of those mandates would exceed the annual threshold 
established in UMRA for private-sector mandates ($146 million 
in 2012, adjusted annually for inflation). JCT has determined 
that the tax provision of the bill contains no 
intergovernmental or private-sector mandates.
    Estimated cost to the Federal Government: The estimated 
budgetary impact of the bill is shown in the following table. 
The costs of this legislation fall within budget functions 350 
(agriculture), 370 (commerce and housing credit), and 750 
(administration of justice).

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                                                                               By fiscal year, in millions of dollars--
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                                               2013    2014    2015    2016     2017      2018     2019    2020    2021     2022    2013-2017  2013-2022
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                                                               CHANGES IN DIRECT SPENDING

Citrus Disease Research and Development
 Trust Fund:
    Estimated Budget Authority..............      21      22      22      23        24         6       0       0       0         0        112        118
    Estimated Outlays.......................       4      13      22      22        23        20      12       2       0         0         84        118
Pima Cotton Trust Fund:
    Estimated Budget Authority..............      16      16      16       5         0         0       0       0       0         0         53         53
    Estimated Outlays.......................      16      16      16       5         0         0       0       0       0         0         53         53
Payments to Wool Manufacturers:
    Estimated Budget Authority..............      19       0       0       0         0         0       0       0       0         0         19         19
    Estimated Outlays.......................      19       0       0       0         0         0       0       0       0         0         19         19
Customs User Fees:
    Estimated Budget Authority..............       0       0       0       0         0         0       0       0       0      -197          0       -197
    Estimated Outlays.......................       0       0       0       0         0         0       0       0       0      -197          0       -197
    Total Changes:
        Estimated Budget Authority..........      56      38      38      28        24         6       0       0       0      -197        184         -7
        Estimated Outlays...................      39      29      38      27        23        20      12       2       0      -197        156         -7

                                                                   CHANGES IN REVENUES

Estimated Revenues..........................       *       *       *       *       196      -196       0       0       0         0        195         -1

                                NET INCREASE OR DECREASE (-) IN THE DEFICIT FROM CHANGES IN DIRECT SPENDING AND REVENUES

Impact on Deficit...........................      39      29      38      27      -173       216      12       2       0      -197        -39         -6
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Note: * = less than $500,000.
Negative numbers denote decreases.

    Basis of estimate: For this estimate, CBO assumes that the 
bill will be enacted near the end of 2012 and that spending 
will follow historical patterns for similar activities. CBO 
estimates that enacting the bill would reduce direct spending 
by $7 million over the 2013-2022 period. Further, JCT and CBO 
estimate that enacting the bill would reduce net revenues by $1 
million over the same period.
    Direct spending: Citrus Disease Research and Development 
Trust Fund. The legislation would establish a trust fund to 
support scientific research, technical assistance, and other 
activities to combat citrus diseases in the United States. The 
bill would require revenues collected from tariffs on citrus 
imports to be deposited into a new trust fund and would 
authorize those amounts to be spent without further 
appropriation until December 31, 2017. Annual transfers to the 
trust fund would be the lesser of $30 million, or one-third of 
annual revenues collected from tariffs on citrus imports. The 
bill also would establish a Citrus Disease Research and 
Development Trust Fund Advisory Board, consisting of domestic 
producers of citrus. Under the legislation, the board would 
have authority to employ staff, develop research plans, 
implement contracts and agreements, and provide compensation to 
scientific experts. CBO estimates that establishing the trust 
fund would increase direct spending by $118 million over the 
2013-2022 period.
    Pima Cotton Trust Fund. The bill would authorize a program 
to make payments from the Pima Cotton Trust Fund to promoters 
and spinners of pima cotton grown in the United States and 
manufacturers who cut and sew cotton shirts in the United 
States. Established in 2006, the program authorized transfers 
into the fund from revenues collected from tariffs on certain 
cotton fabrics and annual payments from the fund, limited to 
$16 million per year, to manufacturers and spinners who 
provided certifications as required by law. Authority for the 
program expired at the end of fiscal year 2008; the bill would 
authorize the program through December 31, 2015. CBO estimates 
that enacting this provision would increase direct spending by 
$53 million over the 2013-2022 period.
    Payments to Wool Manufacturers. Under current law, the 
Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to make annual payments 
from the Wool Apparel Manufacturers Trust Fund to certain wool 
growers, textile manufacturers, and suit makers. The fund is 
supported by revenues collected from tariffs on certain imports 
of wool yarn and fabric, which in recent years were not enough 
to allow the full authorized amount (up to $15 million each 
year) to be paid to eligible recipients. The legislation would 
allow a new source of revenues from tariffs on imports of 
certain apparel products to support the fund and would 
authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to make payments to 
eligible recipients to make up for shortfalls in payments from 
the fund in fiscal years 2010, 2011, and 2012. CBO estimates 
that enacting this provision would cost $19 million over the 
2013-2022 period to cover shortfalls in amounts due from 
previous years. the CBO baseline assumes that eligible 
recipients will receive the full amount due from the tariffs 
collected on certain wool yarn and fabric imports in each year 
the program remains authorized. Relative to that baseline, we 
estimate that, under the bill, there would be no additional 
spending of tariffs on certain apparel products after 2013.
    Customs User Fees. Under current law, customs user fees 
will expire after October 22, 2021 (for merchandise processing 
fees), and after October 29, 2021 (for COBRA fees, which were 
established in the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation 
Act of 1985). The bill would permit Customs and Border 
Protection to collect those fees through November 12, 2021 (for 
merchandise processing fees), and through November 26, 2021 
(for COBRA fees). CBO estimates that those changes would 
increase offsetting receipts (a credit against direct spending) 
by $197 million fiscal year 2022.
    Revenues: The bill would shift payments of corporate 
estimated taxes between fiscal years 2017 and 2018. For 
corporations with at least $1 billion in assets, the bill would 
increase the portion of corporate estimated payments due from 
July through September in 2017. JCT estimates that those 
changes would increase revenues by $196 million in 2017 and 
decrease them by $196 million in 2018.
    The bill also would suspend duties collected on certain 
cotton fabrics through December 31, 2015. CBO estimates that 
enacting this provision would reduce revenues by $1 million 
over the 2013-2022 period.
    Spending subject to appropriation: The Citrus, Wool, and 
Cotton Trust Fund Act of 2012 would direct the United States 
Trade Representative to address, in its engagement with Canada, 
certain activities that Canada undertakes to support its lumber 
market. CBO estimates that implementing this provision would 
not have a significant effect on discretionary costs.
    Pay-As-You-Go considerations: The Statutory Pay-As-You-Go 
Act of 2010 establishes budget-reporting and enforcement 
procedures for legislation affecting direct spending or 
revenues. The net changes in outlays and revenues that are 
subject to those pay-as-you-go procedures are shown in the 
following table.

CBO ESTIMATE OF PAY-AS-YOU-GO EFFECTS FOR THE CITRUS, WOOL, AND COTTON TRUST FUND ACT OF 2012, AS ORDERED REPORTED BY THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE ON
                                                                      JULY 18, 2012
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                                                                           By fiscal year, in millions of dollars--
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                                       2012    2013    2014    2015    2016     2017      2018     2019    2020    2021     2022    2012-2017  2012-2022
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                                                       NET INCREASE OR DECREASE (-) IN THE DEFICIT

Statutory Pay-As-You-Go Impact......       0      39      29      38      27      -173       216      12       2       0      -197        -39         -6
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Memorandum:
    Changes in Outlays..............       0      39      29      38      27        23        20      12       2       0      -197        156         -7
    Changes in Revenues.............       0       0       0       0       0       196      -196       0       0       0         0        195         -1
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    Estimated impact on State, local, and tribal governments: 
CBO has determined that the nontax provisions of the bill 
contain no intergovernmental mandates as defined in UMRA and 
would impose no costs on state, local, or tribal governments. 
JCT has determined that the tax provision of the bill contains 
no intergovernmental mandates.
    Estimated impact on the private sector: CBO has determined 
that by extending the authorization for the Customs and Border 
Protection to collect certain customs user fees (merchandise 
processing fees and COBRA fees) the nontax provisions of the 
bill would impose private-sector mandates as defined in UMRA on 
entities required to pay those fees. CBO estimates the 
aggregate cost to private entities would amount to $197 million 
in 2022 and would exceed the annual threshold established in 
UMRA for private-sector mandates in that year ($146 million in 
2012, adjusted annually for inflation). JCT has determined that 
the tax provision of the bill contains no private-sector 
mandates.
    Estimate prepared by: Federal Costs: David Hull, Susan 
Willie, and Mark Grabowicz; Impact on State, Local, and Tribal 
Governments: J'nell Blanco; Impact on the Private Sector: Marin 
Randall.
    Estimate approved by: Theresa Gullo, Deputy Assistant 
Director for Budget Analysis.

          III. REGULATORY IMPACT OF THE BILL AND OTHER MATTERS

    Pursuant to the requirements of paragraph 11(b) of rule 
XXVI of the Standing Rules of the Senate, the Committee states 
that the resolution will not significantly regulate any 
individuals or businesses, will not affect the personal privacy 
of individuals, and will result in no significant additional 
paperwork. The following information is provided in accordance 
with section 423 of the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 
(UMRA) (Pub. L. No. 104-04). The Committee has reviewed the 
provisions of S. 3568 as approved by the Committee on July 18, 
2012. In accordance with the requirement of Pub. L. No. 104-04, 
the Committee has determined that the bill contains no 
intergovernment mandates, as defined in the UMRA, and would not 
affect the budgets of state, local, or tribal governments.

       IV. CHANGES IN EXISTING LAW MADE BY THE BILL, AS REPORTED

    In compliance with paragraph 12 of rule XXVI of the 
Standing Rules of the Senate, changes in existing law made by 
the bill, as reported, are shown as follows (existing law 
proposed to be omitted is enclosed in black brackets, new 
matter is printed in italic, existing law in which no change is 
proposed is shown in roman):

TRADE ACT OF 1974

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TITLE IX--SUPPLEMENTAL AGRICULTURAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE

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      TITLE X--CITRUS DISEASE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND


Sec. 1001. Citrus Disease Research and Development Trust Fund.

Sec. 1002. Reports required before entering into certain trade 
        agreements.

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TITLE IX--SUPPLEMENTAL AGRICULTURAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE

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      TITLE X--CITRUS DISEASE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND

SEC. 1001. CITRUS DISEASE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND.

    (a) Establishment.--There is established in the Treasury of 
the United States a trust fund to be known as the ``Citrus 
Disease Research and Development Trust Fund'' (in this section 
referred to as the ``Trust Fund''), consisting of such amounts 
as may be transferred to the Trust Fund under subsection (b)(1) 
and any amounts that may be credited to the Trust Fund under 
subsection (d)(2).
    (b) Transfer of Amounts.--
          (1) In general.--Subject to paragraph (2), the 
        Secretary of the Treasury shall transfer to the Trust 
        Fund, from the general fund of the Treasury, amounts 
        determined by the Secretary to be equivalent to amounts 
        received in the general fund that are attributable to 
        the duties collected on articles that are citrus or 
        citrus products classifiable under chapters 8, 20, 21, 
        22, and 33 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the 
        United States.
          (2) Limitation.--The amount transferred to the Trust 
        Fund under paragraph (1) in any fiscal year may not 
        exceed the lesser of--
                  (A) an amount equal to 1/3 of the amount 
                attributable to the duties received on articles 
                described in paragraph (1); or
                  (B) $30,000,000.
    (c) Availability of Amounts in Trust Fund.--
          (1) Amounts available until expended.--Amounts in the 
        Trust Fund shall remain available until expended 
        without further appropriation.
          (2) Availability for citrus disease research and 
        development expenditures.--Amounts in the Trust Fund 
        shall be available to the Secretary of Agriculture--
                  (A) for expenditures relating to citrus 
                disease research and development under section 
                104 of the Citrus Disease Research and 
                Development Trust Fund Act of 2012, including 
                costs relating to contracts or other agreements 
                entered into to carry out citrus disease 
                research and development; and
                  (B) to cover administrative costs incurred by 
                the Secretary in carrying out the provisions of 
                that Act.
    (d) Investment of Trust Fund.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of the Treasury shall 
        invest such portion of the Trust Fund as is not 
        required to meet current withdrawals in interest-
        bearing obligations of the United States or in 
        obligations guaranteed as to both principal and 
        interest by the United States. Such obligations may be 
        acquired on original issue at the issue price or by 
        purchase of outstanding obligations at the market 
        price. Any obligation acquired by the Trust Fund may be 
        sold by the Secretary of the Treasury at the market 
        price.
          (2) Interest and proceeds from sale or redemption of 
        obligations.--The interest on, and the proceeds from 
        the sale or redemption of, any obligations held in the 
        Trust Fund shall be credited to and form a part of the 
        Trust Fund.
    (e) Reports to Congress.--Not later than January 15, 2013, 
and each year thereafter until the year after the termination 
of the Trust Fund, the Secretary of the Treasury, in 
consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture, shall submit to 
Congress a report on the financial condition and the results of 
the operations of the Trust Fund that includes--
          (1) a detailed description of the amounts disbursed 
        from the Trust Fund in the preceding fiscal year and 
        the manner in which those amounts were expended;
          (2) an assessment of the financial condition and the 
        operations of the Trust Fund for the current fiscal 
        year; and
          (3) an assessment of the amounts available in the 
        Trust Fund for future expenditures.
    (f) Remission of Surplus Funds.--The Secretary of the 
Treasury may remit to the general fund of the Treasury such 
amounts as the Secretary of Agriculture reports to be in excess 
of the amounts necessary to meet the purposes of the Citrus 
Disease Research and Development Trust Fund Act of 2012.
    (g) Sunset Provision.--The Trust Fund shall terminate on 
December 31 of the fifth calendar year that begins after the 
date of the enactment of the Citrus Disease Research and 
Development Trust Fund Act of 2012 and all amounts in the Trust 
Fund on December of that fifth calendar year shall be 
transferred to the general fund of the Treasury.

SEC. 1002. REPORTS REQUIRED BEFORE ENTERING INTO CERTAIN TRADE 
                    AGREEMENTS.

    The President shall notify the chairperson and ranking 
member of the Committee on Finance of the Senate and the 
Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives not 
later than 90 days before entering into a trade agreement if 
the President determines that entering into the trade agreement 
could result--
          (1) in a decrease in the amount of duties collected 
        on articles that are citrus or citrus products 
        classifiable under chapters 8, 20, 21, 22, and 33 of 
        the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States; 
        and
          (2) in a decrease in the amount of funds being 
        transferred into the Citrus Disease Research and 
        Development Trust Fund under section 1001 so that 
        amounts available in the Trust Fund are insufficient to 
        meet the purposes of the Citrus Disease Research and 
        Development Trust Fund Act of 2012.

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HARMONIZED TARIFF SCHEDULE OF THE UNITED STATES

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                               CHAPTER 99


TEMPORARY LEGISLATION; TEMPORARY MODIFICATIONS ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO 
TRADE LEGISLATION; ADDITIONAL IMPORT RESTRICTIONS ESTABLISHED PURSUANT 
TO SECTION 22 OF THE AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ACT, AS AMENDED

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                             SUBCHAPTER II


TEMPORARY REDUCTIONS IN RATES OF DUTY

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U.S. Notes

    1. Any article described in the provisions of this 
subchapter, if entered during the period specified in the last 
column, is subject to duty at the rate set forth herein in lieu 
of the rate provided therefor in chapters 1 to 98, inclusive.

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    18. For purposes of headings 9902.14.01, 9902.14.02, 
9902.14.03, 9902.14.04, and 9902.14.05, the term `mechanics' 
work gloves' means gloves, of man-made fibers, having synthetic 
leather palms and fingers; fourchettes of synthetic leather or 
of fabric of nylon or elastomeric yarn; backs comprising either 
one layer of knitted fabric of elastomeric yarn or three 
layers, with the outer layer of knitted fabric of elastomeric 
yarn, the center layer of foam and the inner layer of tricot 
fabric; the foregoing, whether or not including an 
thermoplastic rubber logo or pad on the back; and elastic wrist 
straps with molded thermoplastic rubber hook-and-loop 
enclosures.
    [18. For purposes of headings 9902.52.08 through 
9902.52.31, the term `manufacturer' means a person or entity 
that cuts and sews men's and boys' shirts in the United 
States.]
    [19. The aggregate quantity of fabrics entered under 
headings 9902.52.08 through 9902.52.19 from January 1 to 
December 31 of each year, inclusive, by or on behalf of each 
manufacturer of men's and boys' shirts shall be limited to 85 
percent of the total square meter equivalents of all imported 
woven fabrics of cotton containing 85 percent or more by weight 
of cotton used by such manufacturer in cutting and sewing men's 
and boys' cotton shirts in the United States and purchased by 
such manufacturer during calendar year 2000.]


TAX RELIEF AND HEALTH CARE ACT OF 2006

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DIVISION C--OTHER PROVISIONS

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TITLE IV--OTHER PROVISIONS

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SEC. 407. COTTON TRUST FUND.

    (a) Establishment of Trust Fund.--There is established in 
the Treasury of the United States a trust fund to be known as 
the ``Pima Cotton Trust Fund'' (in this section referred to as 
the ``Trust Fund''), consisting of such amounts as may be 
transferred to the Trust Fund under subsection (b).
    (b) Transfer of Amounts.--
          (1) In general.--Beginning October 1, 2006, the 
        Secretary of the Treasury shall transfer to the Trust 
        Fund, from the general fund of the Treasury, [amounts 
        determined by the Secretary of the Treasury to be 
        equivalent to the amounts received in the general fund 
        that are attributable to duties received since January 
        1, 1994, on articles under subheadings 5208.21.60, 
        5208.22.80, 5208.29.80, 5208.31.80, 5208.32.50, 
        5208.39.80, 5208.41.80, 5208.42.50, 5208.49.80, 
        5208.51.80, 5208.52.50, and 5208.59.80] amounts 
        received in the general fund that are attributable to 
        duties received since January 1, 2004, on articles 
        classified under heading 5208 of the Harmonized Tariff 
        Schedule of the United States, subject to the 
        limitation in paragraph (2).
          (2) Limitation.--The Secretary may not transfer more 
        than $16,000,000 to the Trust Fund in any fiscal year, 
        and may not transfer any amount beginning on or after 
        [October 1, 2008] December 31, 2015. 
    (c) Distribution of Funds.--From amounts in the Trust Fund, 
the Commissioner of the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection 
shall make the following payments annually [beginning in fiscal 
year 2007] for fiscal year 2012 and each fiscal year 
thereafter:
          (1) 25 percent of the amounts in the Trust Fund shall 
        be paid annually to a nationally recognized association 
        established for the promotion of pima cotton [grown in 
        the United States] for the use in textile and apparel 
        goods.
          (2) 25 percent of the amounts in the Trust Fund shall 
        be paid annually to yarn spinners of pima cotton [grown 
        in the United States] that produce ring spun cotton 
        yarns in the United States, and shall be allocated to 
        each spinner in an amount that bears the same ratio 
        as--
                  (A) the spinner's production of ring spun 
                cotton yarns, measuring less than 83.33 decitex 
                (exceeding 120 metric number) from pima cotton 
                [grown in the United States] in single and 
                plied form during the period January 1, 1998, 
                through December 31, 2003 (as evidenced by an 
                affidavit provided by the spinner) bears to--
                  (B) the production of the yarns described in 
                subparagraph (A) during the period January 1, 
                1998, through December 31, 2003, for all 
                spinners who qualify under this paragraph.
          (3) 50 percent of the amounts in the Trust Fund shall 
        be paid annually to those manufacturers who cut and sew 
        cotton shirts in the United States who certify that 
        they used imported cotton fabric during the period 
        January 1, 1998, through July 1, 2003, and shall be 
        allocated to each such manufacturer in an amount that 
        bears the same ratio as--
                  (A) the dollar value (excluding duty, 
                shipping, and related costs) of imported woven 
                cotton shirting fabric of 80s or higher count 
                and 2-ply in warp purchased by the manufacturer 
                during calendar year 2002 (as evidenced by an 
                affidavit from the manufacturer that meets the 
                requirements of subsection (d)) used in the 
                manufacturing of men's and boys' cotton shirts, 
                bears to--
                  (B) the dollar value (excluding duty, 
                shipping, and related costs) of the fabric 
                described in subparagraph (A) purchased during 
                calendar year 2002 by all manufacturers who 
                qualify under this paragraph.
    (d) Affidavit of Shirting Manufacturers.--The affidavit 
required by subsection (c)(3)(A) is a notarized affidavit 
provided annually by an officer of the manufacturer of men's 
and boys' shirts concerned that affirms--
          (1) that the manufacturer used imported cotton fabric 
        during the year in which the affidavit is filed and 
        during the period January 1, 1998, through July 1, 
        2003, to cut and sew men's and boys' woven cotton 
        shirts in the United States;
          (2) the dollar value of imported woven cotton 
        shirting fabric of 80s or higher count and 2-ply in 
        warp purchased during calendar year 2002;
          (3) that the manufacturer maintains invoices along 
        with other supporting documentation (such as price 
        lists and other technical descriptions of the fabric 
        qualities) showing the dollar value of such fabric 
        purchased, the date of purchase, and evidencing the 
        fabric as woven cotton fabric of 80s or higher count 
        and 2-ply in warp; and
          (4) that the fabric was suitable for use in the 
        manufacturing of men's and boys' cotton shirts.
    (e) Date of Purchase.--For purposes of the affidavit under 
subsection (d), the date of purchase shall be the invoice date, 
and the dollar value shall be determined excluding duty, 
shipping, and related costs.
    (f) Affidavit of Yarn Spinners.--The affidavit required by 
subsection (c)(2)(A) is a notarized affidavit provided annually 
by an officer of the producer of ring spun yarns that affirms--
          (1) that the producer used pima cotton [grown in the 
        United States] during the year in which the affidavit 
        is filed and during the period January 1, 2002, through 
        December 31, 2002, to produce ring spun cotton yarns in 
        the United States, measuring less than 83.33 decitex 
        (exceeding 120 metric number), in single and plied form 
        during 2002;
          (2) the quantity, measured in pounds, of ring spun 
        cotton yarns, measuring less than 83.33 decitex 
        (exceeding 120 metric number), in single and plied form 
        during calendar year 2002; and
          (3) that the producer maintains supporting 
        documentation showing the quantity of such yarns 
        produced, and evidencing the yarns as ring spun cotton 
        yarns, measuring less than 83.33 decitex (exceeding 120 
        metric number), in single and plied form during 
        calendar year 2002.
    (g) No Appeal.--Any amount paid by the Commissioner of the 
Bureau of Customs and Border Protection under this section 
shall be final and not subject to appeal or protest.

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       MISCELLANEOUS TRADE AND TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS ACT OF 2004


                       TITLE IV--WOOL TRUST FUND


SEC. 4001. SHORT TITLE.

    This title may be cited as the ``Wool Suit and Textile 
Trade Extension Act of 2004''.

SEC. 4002. EXTENSION AND MODIFICATION OF DUTY SUSPENSION ON WOOL 
                    PRODUCTS, WOOL RESEARCH FUND, WOOL DUTY REFUNDS.

    (a) Extension of Temporary Duty Reductions.--
          (1) Heading 9902.51.11.--Heading 9902.51.11 of the 
        Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States is 
        amended--
                  (A) in the article description, by striking 
                ``all the foregoing'' through the end and 
                inserting ``(provided for in subheading 
                5112.11.60 or 5112.19.95)'';
                  (B) by striking ``2005'' and inserting 
                ``2007''; and
                  (C) by striking ``17.5%'' and inserting 
                ``10%''.
          (2) Heading 9902.51.12.--Subchapter II of chapter 99 
        of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States 
        is amended by striking heading 9902.51.12.
          (3) Heading 9902.51.13.--Heading 9902.51.13 of the 
        Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States is 
        amended by striking ``2005'' and inserting ``2007''.
          (4) Heading 9902.51.14.--Heading 9902.51.14 of the 
        Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States is 
        amended--
                  (A) in the article description, by inserting 
                ``the foregoing'' after ``top,''; and
                  (B) by striking ``2005'' and inserting 
                ``2007''.
          (5) Fabrics of combed wool.--Subchapter II of chapter 
        99 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United 
        States is amended by inserting in numerical sequence 
        the following:

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``...........................      9902.51.15  Fabrics of        Free............  No change.......  No change.......  On or before 12/
                                                combed wool,                                                            31/2006.
                                                containing 85
                                                percent or more
                                                by weight of
                                                wool, with wool
                                                yarns of
                                                average fiber
                                                diameters of
                                                18.5 micron or
                                                less, under the
                                                terms of U.S.
                                                note 16(b) to
                                                this subchapter
                                                (provided for
                                                in subheading
                                                5112.11.30 or
                                                5112.19.60).
                                   9902.51.16  Fabrics of        Free............  No change.......  No change.......  On or before 12/
                                                combed wool,                                                            31/2006.         ''.
                                                containing 85
                                                percent or more
                                                by weight of
                                                wool, with wool
                                                yarns of
                                                average fiber
                                                diameters of
                                                18.5 micron or
                                                less, under the
                                                terms of U.S.
                                                note 17 to this
                                                subchapter
                                                (provided for
                                                in subheading
                                                5112.11.30 or
                                                5112.19.60).
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    (b) Modification of Limitation on Quantity of Imports.--
          (1) Note 15.--U.S. Note 15 to subchapter II of 
        chapter 99 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the 
        United States is amended--
                  (A) by striking ``The aggregate'' and 
                inserting:
    ``(a) The aggregate'';
                  (B) in subdivision (a), as redesignated by 
                subparagraph (A)--
                          (i) by striking the comma after 
                        ``9902.51.11'';
                          (ii) by striking ``and'' after 
                        ``2002,''; and
                          (iii) by striking ``year 2003'' and 
                        all that follows through the end period 
                        and inserting the following: ``years 
                        2003 and 2004, and 5,500,000 square 
                        meter equivalents in calendar year 2005 
                        and each calendar year thereafter for 
                        the benefit of persons who cut and sew 
                        men's and boys' worsted wool suits and 
                        suit-like jackets and trousers in the 
                        United States, allocated as required by 
                        section 501(e) of the Trade and 
                        Development Act of 2000.''; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following new 
                division:
    ``(b) For purposes of heading 9902.51.11, all fabrics 
entered under such heading must be certified by the importer as 
suitable for use in making men's and boys' suits (as defined in 
U.S. note 13 to this subchapter), suit-type jackets, or 
trousers and must be imported for the benefit of persons who 
cut and sew such clothing in the United States.''.
          (2) Note 16.--U.S. Note 16 to subchapter II of 
        chapter 99 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the 
        United States is amended--
                  (A) by striking ``The aggregate'' and 
                inserting:
    ``(a) The aggregate'';
                  (B) in subdivision (a), as redesignated by 
                subparagraph (A)--
                          (i) by striking ``9902.51.12,'' and 
                        inserting ``9902.51.15'';
                          (ii) by striking ``and'' after 
                        ``2002,''; and
                          (iii) by striking ``year 2003'' and 
                        all that follows through the end period 
                        and inserting the following: ``years 
                        2003 and 2004, 5,000,000 square meter 
                        equivalents in calendar year 2005 and 
                        each calendar year thereafter, 
                        allocated as required by section 501(e) 
                        of the Trade and Development Act of 
                        2000 for the benefit of persons who cut 
                        and sew such clothing in the United 
                        States.''; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following new 
                subdivision:
    ``(b) For purposes of heading 9902.51.15, all fabrics 
entered under such heading must be certified by the importer as 
suitable for use in making men's and boys' suits (as defined in 
U.S. note 13 to this subchapter), suit-type jackets, or 
trousers and must be imported for the benefit of persons who 
cut and sew such clothing in the United States.''.
          (3) Note 17.--The U.S. Notes for subchapter II of 
        chapter 99 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the 
        United States are amended by adding at the end the 
        following new Note:
    ``17. (a) The aggregate quantity of worsted wool fabric 
entered under subheading 9902.51.16 shall be limited to 
2,000,000 square meter equivalents in calendar year 2005 and 
each calendar year thereafter, allocated in accordance with 
section 501(e) of the Trade and Development Act of 2000 for the 
benefit of persons who weave worsted wool fabric suitable for 
use in men's and boys' suits.
    ``(b) For purposes of heading 9902.51.16, all fabrics 
entered under such heading must be certified by the importer as 
suitable for use in making men's and boys' suits (as defined in 
U.S. note 13 to this subchapter), suit-type jackets, or 
trousers and must be imported for the benefit of persons who 
weave in the United States worsted wool fabric suitable for use 
in such clothing.''.
          (4) Conforming amendments.--
                  (A) Sunset staged reduction requirement.--
                Section 501(a)(2) of the Trade and Development 
                Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-200; 114 Stat. 299) 
                is amended by inserting before the period ``for 
                goods entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for 
                consumption, before January 1, 2005''.
                  (B) Allocation of tariff-rate quotas.--
                Subsection (e) of section 501 of the Trade and 
                Development Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-200; 
                114 Stat. 200) is amended--
                          (i) by striking ``9902.51.12'' and 
                        inserting ``9902.51.15'';
                          (ii) by inserting ``for manufacturers 
                        of men's and boys' suits'' after 
                        ``implementing the limitation''; and
                          (iii) by inserting at the end the 
                        following new sentence: ``In 
                        implementing the limitation for 
                        manufacturers of worsted wool fabric 
                        with respect to the quantity of worsted 
                        wool fabrics under heading 9902.51.16 
                        of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of 
                        the United States, as required by U.S. 
                        Note 17 of subchapter II of chapter 99 
                        of such Schedule, the Secretary of 
                        Commerce shall prescribe regulations to 
                        allocate fairly the quantity of worsted 
                        wool fabrics required under U.S. Note 
                        17 of such Schedule to manufacturers 
                        who weave worsted wool fabric in the 
                        United States.''.
                  (C) Sunset authority to modify limitation on 
                quantity.--Section 504(b) of the Trade and 
                Development Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-200; 
                114 Stat. 301) is repealed, effective January 
                1, 2005.
    (c) Extension of Duty Refunds and Wool Research Trust 
Fund.--
          (1) Establishment of trust fund.--There is hereby 
        established within the Treasury of the United States a 
        trust fund to be known as the Wool Apparel 
        Manufacturers Trust Fund (in this subsection referred 
        to as the ``Trust Fund''), consisting of such amounts 
        as may be transferred to the Trust Fund under paragraph 
        (2).
          (2) Transfer of amounts.-- 
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary of the 
                Treasury shall transfer to the Trust Fund, out 
                of the general fund of the Treasury of the 
                United States, amounts determined by the 
                Secretary of the Treasury to be equivalent to 
                the amounts received in the general fund that 
                are attributable to the duty received on 
                articles classified under chapter 51 of the 
                Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United 
                States, [subject to the limitation in 
                subparagraph (B)] subject to subparagraphs (B) 
                and (C).
                  (B) Limitation.--In any fiscal year, the 
                Secretary shall not transfer more than the 
                amount determined by the Secretary necessary 
                for the [Bureau of Customs and Border 
                Protection] U.S. Customs and Border Protection 
                to make payments authorized under paragraph (3) 
                and the Secretary of Commerce to make grants 
                under paragraph (6).
                  (C) Alternative funding source.--Subparagraph 
                (A) shall be applied and administered by 
                substituting ``chapter 62'' for ``chapter 51'' 
                for any period of time with respect to which 
                the Secretary notifies Congress that amounts 
                determined by the Secretary to be equivalent to 
                amounts received in the general fund of the 
                Treasury of the United States that are 
                attributable to the duty received on articles 
                classified under chapter 51 of the Harmonized 
                Tariff Schedule of the United States are not 
                sufficient to make payments under paragraph (3) 
                or grants under paragraph (6).
          (3) Availability of amounts from trust fund.--From 
        amounts in the Trust Fund, the [Bureau of Customs and 
        Border Protection] U.S. Customs and Border Protection 
        shall pay to each manufacturer that receives a payment 
        during calendar year 2005 under section 505 of the 
        Trade and Development Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-200; 
        114 Stat. 303), as amended by section 5101 of the Trade 
        Act of 2002 (116 Stat. 1041), and that provides an 
        affidavit, no later than March 1 of the year of the 
        payment (or at the request of the manufacturer and in 
        the sole discretion of the U.S. Customs and Border 
        Protection, no later than April 15 of the year of the 
        payment), that it remains a manufacturer in the United 
        States as of January 1 of the year of the payment, 2 
        additional payments, each payment equal to the payment 
        received for calendar year 2005 as follows:
                  (A) The first payment to be made after 
                January 1, 2006, but on or before April 15, 
                2006.
                  (B) The second payment to be made after 
                January 1, 2007, but on or before April 15, 
                2007.
          (4) Successor-in-interest.--Any manufacturer that 
        becomes a successor-in-interest to a claimant of a 
        payment under section 505 of the Trade and Development 
        Act of 2000, as amended by section 5101 of the Trade 
        Act of 2002, because of--
                  (A) an assignment of the claim,
                  (B) an assignment of the original claimant's 
                right to manufacture under the same trade name, 
                or
                  (C) a reorganization,
        or otherwise, shall be eligible to claim the payment as 
        if the successor manufacturer were the original 
        claimant, without regard to section 3727 of title 31, 
        United States Code. Such right to claim payment as a 
        successor shall be effective as if the right were 
        included in section 505 of the Trade and Development 
        Act of 2000.
          (5) Extension of wool research, development, and 
        promotion trust fund.--Section 506(f) of the Trade and 
        Development Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-200; 114 Stat. 
        303), as amended by section 5102(c)(2) of the Trade Act 
        of 2002 (116 Stat. 1047), is amended by striking 
        ``2006'' and inserting ``2008''.
          (6) Commerce authority to promote domestic 
        employment.--
                  (A) Grants to manufacturers of worsted wool 
                fabrics.--The Secretary of Commerce shall 
                provide to--
                          (i) persons who were, during calendar 
                        years 1999, 2000, and 2001, 
                        manufacturers of worsted wool fabric of 
                        the kind described in heading 
                        9902.51.12 of the Harmonized Tariff 
                        Schedule of the United States (as in 
                        effect on the day before the date of 
                        the enactment of this Act), and
                          (ii) persons who were, during such 
                        calendar years, manufacturers of 
                        worsted wool fabric of the kind 
                        described in heading 9902.51.11 of the 
                        Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the 
                        United States,
                grants in each of calendar years 2005 through 
                2007 in the amounts determined under 
                subparagraph (B).
                  (B) Amounts.--(i) The total amount of grants 
                to manufacturers under subparagraph (A)(i) 
                shall be $2,666,000 each calendar year, 
                allocated among such manufacturers on the basis 
                of the percentage of each manufacturer's 
                production of the fabric described in heading 
                9902.51.12 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of 
                the United States (as in effect on the day 
                before the date of the enactment of this Act) 
                for calendar years 1999, 2000, and 2001, 
                compared to the production of such fabric by 
                all such manufacturers who qualify under 
                subparagraph (A)(i) for such grants.
                  (ii) The total amount of grants to 
                manufacturers under subparagraph (A)(ii) shall 
                be $2,666,000 each calendar year, allocated 
                among such manufacturers on the basis of the 
                percentage of each manufacturer's production of 
                the fabric described in heading 9902.51.11 of 
                the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United 
                States for calendar years 1999, 2000, and 2001, 
                compared to the production of such fabric by 
                all manufacturers who qualify under 
                subparagraph (A)(ii) for such grants.
                  (iii) Any grant awarded by the Secretary 
                under this paragraph shall be final and not 
                subject to appeal or protest.
    (d) Effective Date for Duty Reduction.--The amendment made 
by subsection (a)(1)(B) shall apply to goods entered, or 
withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, on or after January 
1, 2005.

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CONSOLIDATED OMNIBUS BUDGET RECONCILIATION ACT OF 1985

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                        TITLE 19--CUSTOMS DUTIES


CHAPTER 1--COLLECTION DISTRICTS, PORTS, AND OFFICERS

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Sec. 58c. Fees for certain customs services
    (a) Schedule of fees

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    (j) Effective dates
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          (B) * * *
          (C)(i) Notwithstanding subparagraph (A), fees may be 
        charged under paragraphs (9) and (10) of subsection (a) 
        during the period beginning on October 23, 2021, and 
        ending on November 12, 2021.
          (ii) Notwithstanding subparagraph (B)(i), fees may be 
        charged under paragraphs (1) through (8) of subsection 
        (a) during the period beginning on October 30, 2021, 
        and ending on November 26, 2021.