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Democrats Criticize Homeland Security

Despite creating a Homeland Security Department and spending $10 billion to screen airline passengers and secure the nation’s airports, the Bush administration hasn’t done enough to protect the nation against the threat of terrorism, Democrats maintain. Minority Democrats on the House Homeland Security Committee make the charges in a scathing report, which was being released Friday. The report, obtained by The Associated Press, lists a dozen areas where Democrats say the administration has failed to adequately address weaknesses that terrorists could exploit more than two years after the suicide hijackings of Sept. 11, 2001. Full Story

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