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The Port of Baton Rouge, La., joined a fast-growing list of ports introducing the federal government's Transportation Worker Identification Credential to their docks.
Port workers, longshoremen, truckers and anyone else who needs access to the port's docks began enrolling late last month in the TWIC program.
About 40,000 workers from the Baton Rouge port region are expected to enroll for the credential, joining the roughly 1 million workers nationwide who will enroll in the program over the next year.
Baton Rouge became one of the first five ports to begin the TWIC enrollment process.
The Port of Corpus Christi became the first port on the …