Homeland Security at Risk of Losing Millions Over Handling of Chemical Tracking

Steve Neavling

Homeland Security’s struggle to track high-risk chemicals at plants like West Fertilizer Co. could result in the federal agency losing $9 million, The Dallas Morning News reports.

The threat by the U.S. House comes a month after the deadly fire and explosions at the Wester Fertilizer plant in Texas.

Homeland Security officials are under pressure to do a better job tracking dangerous chemicals, especially after government reports recently found oversight problems.

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