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President Bush Pushes for Homeland Security Department
President George W. Bush delivers remarks about the need to have the Senate pass the Homeland Security Bill during the Lame Duck session of Congress after his tour of the District of Columbia's Metropolitan Police Department Synchronized Operations Center, Tuesday, Nov 12. "The Congress is in session today, and the House and the Senate have pressing responsibilities to work with us for our security. And I'm confident they'll meet those responsibilities. And the single most important business before Congress is the creation of a department of homeland security," said President Bush. White House photo by Paul Morse

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