ABSTRACT

Two Years Later: Is the Federal Government Doing Enough to Protect New York? Grading the Federal Homeland Security Effort in New York and the Nation   [open pdf - 154KB]

This document grades the federal government's initiatives to protect New York and the nation. Categories include air security, port security, rail security, truck security, northern border security, nuclear power plant security, immigration, defending the water supply, combating bioterrorism, cyber-security, chemical plant security, and overall Homeland Security funding. Among the worst grades are truck security and chemical plant security, which both receive an "F." Northern Border Security and Water Security have made the most progress, receiving a "B" and "B-," respectively.

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2003
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Public Domain
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Senator Charles E. Schumer (New York): http://schumer.senate.gov
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