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PUBLIC LAW 103-190—DEC. 14, 1993 107 STAT. 2289 (d) WITHHOLDING INFORMATION FROM CONGRESS PROHIBITED. — Nothing in this Act shall be construed to authorize the withholding of information from Congress. SEC. 12. AUTHORITY FOR SECRETARY TO SUSPEND OR TERMINATE 7 USC 6811. ORDER. If the Secretary finds that an order, or any provision of the order, obstructs or does not tend to effectuate the policy of this Act specified in section 2(b), the Secretary shall terminate or suspend the operation of the order or provision under such terms as the Secretary determines are appropriate. SEC. 13. CONSTRUCTION. 7 USC 6812. (a) TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION NOT AN ORDER. —The termination or suspension of an order, or a provision of an order, shall not be considered an order under the meaning of this Act. (b) PRODUCER RIGHTS.— This Acl^ (1) may not be construed to provide for control of production or otherwise limit the right of individual cut flowers and cut greens producers to produce cut flowers and cut greens; and (2) shall be construed to treat all persons producing cut flowers and cut greens fairly and to implement any order in an equitable manner. (c) OTHER PROGRAMS.— Nothing in this Act may be construed to preempt or supersede any other program relating to cut flowers or cut greens promotion and consumer information organized and operated under the laws of the United States or a State. SEC. 14. REGULATIONS. 7 USC 6813. The Secretary may issue such regulations as are necessary to carry out this Act and the powers vested in the Secretary by this Act, including regulations relating to the assessment of late payment charges and interest. SEC. 15. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS. 7 USC 6814. (a) IN GENERAL. —There are authorized to be appropriated for each fiscal year such sums as are necessary to carry out this Act. (b) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.—Funds appropriated under subsection (a) may not be used for the payment of the expenses or