Homeland Security Bill

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Although President Bush has achieved some success in pushing legislation through this session of Congress, NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says that perhaps the most important bill — the one that would establish a new department of homeland security — has stalled in the Senate because of ideological differences over control of the government machinery.



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