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Schumer Gives Homeland Security Poor Grade

 Homeland Security couldn’t get into a good college with this grade. Sen. Schumer gives the department a C-.

Sen. Schumer/senate photo

Sen. Schumer/senate photo

By Julian Vachon
Newsday
The United States has failed to close dangerous gaps in domestic security since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks as the Bush administration continues “dragging its feet” in enforcing new security measures, Sen.  Charles Schumer said yesterday.
 In his annual Homeland Security Report Card, Schumer (D N.Y.) said the country is at greater risk for an attack than it has been in previous years, and he lowered his grade for the government’s overall effort to a C-, from a C last year.
“We had a real focus on homeland security in the first two or three years following 9/11,” Schumer said, “but unfortunately it has faded.”
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