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The Senate unanimously ratified a new Pacific salmon-fishing treaty with Canada and enacted legislation to implement it. The pact, the first comprehensive one in more than 15 years, regulates the production and harvest of the migrating fish and is designed to encourage conservation. Congress rushed the measure through so that President Reagan can take it to Canada for his March 17-18 meeting with Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

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