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Government to Spend $22 Billion on Homeland Security

The federal government will spend $22.2 billion this year for domestic security, 29 percent more than last year, the Congressional Budget Office said Thursday in a first stab at defining what defending the homeland involves. Domestic security is a growing, mostly undefined program. Members of both parties realize that whoever defines this area of spending can use the designation to protect favored programs or expose others to cuts, or create the impression that the government is spending a lot — or a little — to combat terrorism. Full Story

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