Divided Efforts

Wodele, Greta
December 2005
Fire Chief;Dec2005, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p38
Trade Publication
The article discusses disagreements among United States lawmakers concerning the allocation of funds to homeland security, emergency management agencies and state governments in the United States. The administration of President George Bush and Congress and groups of lawmakers have disagreements in the funding of fire departments, the Department of Homeland Security, its National Incident Management System and the law enforcement programs of states.


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