WASHINGTON — The current and former U.S. Customs commissioner raised strong objections Wednesday to a proposal before Congress that mandates 100 percent scanning of U.S.-bound cargo containers at foreign ports, repeating industry warnings that it could cripple global trade and hurt the economy.

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