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Homeland Security 2004 Budget $41.3 Billion

President Bush will request $41.3 billion in the fiscal 2004 budget, which he will submit next week, to fund domestic homeland security efforts, a U.S. official said on Thursday. The budget figures include $36.2 billion for the newly created Department of Homeland Security. This compares to an overall homeland security budget of $37.7 billion in 2003, $33 billion of which was earmarked for the department, spokesman Gordon Johndroe said. Full Story

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