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Background Information

Employment History

Chief

Bureau of Weights and Measures


Chief

Florida Bureau of Weights and Measures


Affiliations

Southern Weights and Measures Association

Board Member


NCWM Inc

Board Member


Web References(26 Total References)


www.fresnobee.com

"It's time to sort all of this out," said Max Gray, chief of Florida's Bureau of Weights and Measures, who originally submitted the issue to the national group.


www.castleink.com [cached]

The issue was originally brought to the floor by Max Gray, the chief of the Florida Bureau of Weights and Measures.


www.swma.org [cached]

Max Gray
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services


www.ncwm.net [cached]

Maxwell Gray, FL


www.kansascity.com

At the very least, adding the ink volume information would be useful for consumers wanting to make comparisons.Now the National Conference on Weights and Measures, a group of state weights and measures officials, plans to take up the issue at its meeting this month in Nashville, Tenn.A decision by that body can have effects across the country. “It’s time to sort all of this out,” said Max Gray, chief of Florida’s Bureau of Weights and Measures, who originally submitted the issue to the national group.The industry has already told weights and measures officials they can expect a fight.
"It's time to sort all of this out," said Max Gray, chief of Florida's Bureau of Weights and Measures, who originally submitted the issue to the national group.


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