These are remarks by President Bush at Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois. Bush expresses his pleasure with the work being done at national laboratories. Bush emphasizes the creation of the Department of Homeland Security. The new department will have four primary tasks being protection of the borders, preparedness, detection of weapons of mass destruction, and analysis of intelligence. Bush makes the point of how important scientists are in developing cutting edge technologies that will help secure the homeland.
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