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Report: Hutchinson Leaving Homeland Post

A top Homeland Security Department official resigned his post Monday after he was passed over twice by the Bush administration to be secretary of the agency. Undersecretary Asa Hutchinson, in charge of border and transportation security issues, submitted his letter of resignation to the White House early Monday morning, said a DHS official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the resignation had not yet been announced. Hutchinson is a former Arkansas congressman and former federal drug czar who is believed to be considering a run for Arkansas governor next year. His resignation is expected to be effective March 1. Full Story

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