Colorado Trading & Clothing

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The Colorado Trading & Clothing CO is an American company operating in the textile industry. The company is based in Denver, Colorado. The company was recently involved in a controversy where it was alleged that they were importing textiles from Burma even when it was under sanctions for human rights violations. Their product was sold by Spaulding, and included shirts with a Bush-Cheney logo sold by the website for the Bush campaign for President in 2004.[1][2] The story received international attention.[3]

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  1. ^ "Logo Shirts for Bush Campaign Eluded Myanmar Embargo" by STEVEN GREENHOUSE Saturday, March 20, 2004 New York Times
  2. ^ "Reelection Togs May Have Come From Burma" Washington Post
  3. ^ "Bush campaign sells banned Burmese goods" By Lauren Weber March 20, 2004 Sydney Morning Herald

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