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Seafood auction gets ban of 10 days

Fisherman Paul Cohan, after hearing that the Gloucester Seafood Display Auction will be closed for 10 days for federal violations, said regulators have “nothing but contempt’’ for fishermen. Fisherman Paul Cohan, after hearing that the Gloucester Seafood Display Auction will be closed for 10 days for federal violations, said regulators have “nothing but contempt’’ for fishermen. (Photos By Erik Jacobs for The Boston Globe)
By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / June 20, 2009

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GLOUCESTER - Federal regulators yesterday informed the Gloucester Seafood Display Auction, the main clearinghouse for fish brought into this historic port, that the business must close for 10 days for falsifying records involving illegally landed cod. (Full article: 674 words)

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