8 Years After 9/11, Napolitano Worries About Complacency


On the eve of the 9/11 attack anniversary, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano tells the Washington Post she worries most about “Complacency–The fact that it has been eight years since 9/11, and people just assume the government is going to take care of that.” Napolitano was “appalled” about the Government Accountability Office report that individuals could get into some federal buildings carrying bomb-making materials, and is fixing the problem now.

On immigration, Napolitano says that if a reform law is passed “it will be enforced moving forward; in other words, that we won’t be in this same situation 20 years from now.”

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