Schumer Homeland Security Report: One Year Later: Is the Federal Government Doing Enough to Make New York Safer? Grading the Federal Homeland Security Effort in New York and the Nation
United States. Congress. Senate
Schumer, Charles E.
This report grades the performance of Border/Port Security, Aviation Security, Northern Border Security, Nuclear Plant Security, Immigration, Water Supply Security, Cyber Security, and Combating Terrorism one year after the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
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    Schumer, Charles E.
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    United States. Congress. Senate
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    Public Domain
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    Congressional reports

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