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116 STAT. 910 PUBLIC LAW 107-206—AUG. 2, 2002 articles shall qualify under the first sentence of this clause only if all dyeing, printing, and finishing of the fabrics from which the articles are assembled, if the fabrics are woven fabrics, is carried out in the United States."; and (2) in clause (ii), by adding at the end the following: "Apparel articles shall qualify under the preceding sentence only if all dyeing, printing, and finishing of the fabrics from which the articles are assembled, if the fabrics are knit fabrics, is carried out in the United States. Apparel articles shall qualify under the first sentence of this clause only if all dyeing, printing, and finishing of the fabrics from which the articles are assembled, if the fabrics are woven fabrics, is carried out in the United States.". 19 USC 3203 (b) ANDEAN TRADE PREFERENCE ACT. —Any duty free or other note. preferential treatment provided under the Andean Trade Preference Act to apparel articles assembled from fabric formed in the United States shall apply to such articles only if all dyeing, printing, and finishing of the fabrics from which the articles are assembled if the fabrics are knit fabrics, is carried out in the United States. Any duty-free or other preferential treatment provided under the Andean Trade Preference Act to apparel articles assembled from fabric formed in the United States shall apply to such articles only if all dyeing, printing, and finishing of the fabrics from which the articles are assembled if the fabrics are woven fabrics, is carried out in the United States. 19 USC 2703 (c) EFFECTIVE DATE.—Subsection (b) and the amendments made note. by subsection (a) shall take effect— (1) 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, or (2) September 1, 2002, whichever occurs first. Rural Service SEC. 3002. RURAL SERVICE IMPROVEMENT. of20orTM*° (a) SHORT TITLE. — This title may be cited as the "Rural Service Alaska. Improvement Act of 2002". Post^ service. (b) FINDINGS. — Congress makes the following findings: 39 USC 5402°°*^' (1) '^^^ ^*^*® °^ Alaska is the largest State in the Union note. ^^^ ^^s a very limited system of roads connecting communities. (2) Alaska has more pilots per capita than any other State in the Union. (3) Pilots flying in Alaska are often the most skilled and best-prepared pilots in the world. (4) Air travel within the State of Alaska is often hampered by severe weather conditions and treacherous terrain. (5) The United States Government owns nearly % of Alaska's landmass, including large tracts of land separating isolated communities within the State. (6) Such Federal ownership has inhibited the ability of Alaskans to build roads connecting isolated communities. (7) Most communities and a large portion of the population within the State can only be reached by air. (8) The vast majority of food items and everyday necessities destined for these isolated communities and populations can only be transported through the air. (9) The Intra-Alaska Bypass Mail system, created by Congress and operated by the United States Postal Service under section 5402 of title 39, United States Code, with input from