Homeland Security?

Friday, November 22, 2002

This week both houses of Congress passed the Homeland Security Act, which will result in the biggest overhaul of the federal bureaucracy in 50 years. The Act will have broad ramifications—from the relationship of the federal government with its citizens, to suppressing previously public information. Bob speaks with Mark Tapscott, of the Center for Media and Public Policy at the Heritage Foundation, about his concerns surrounding the new circumstances of Homeland Security.

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