Homeland Security Bill 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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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.