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Dems Consider Up to $2 Billion in Economic Stimulus For Homeland Security

A billion here. A billion there. It makes you wonder where it all ends.

By Chris Strohm
CongressDaily
WASHINGTON — The economic stimulus package under consideration by key Democrats could include funding for the Homeland Security Department — possibly as much as $2 billion, congressional and industry sources said on Thursday.
Talk has surfaced about the inclusion of hundreds of millions of dollars for Customs and Border Protection, the Transportation Security Administration and the Coast Guard, sources said. Funding could be sought to help states comply with the so-called Real ID law, which requires them to issue secure driver’s licenses to their citizens.
The push for the funding appeared to be coming from both lawmakers and the homeland security industry.
“Everything’s in play,” one source said.

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