GOP Holds The Line On Homeland Security Spending

Print More Congressional Republicans have turned back the first of several Democratic attempts to add to spending for homeland security next year, ensuring the issue a role in the 2004 congressional elections, the Washington Post reports. A proposal by Sen. Robert C. Byrd (D-W.Va.) to add $1.75 billion to the $29.3 billion appropriations bill for the
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