Economic Effects on D.C. of New Homeland Security HQ Questioned

Vadum, Matthew
December 2002
Bond Buyer;12/17/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31534, p4
Trade Publication
Discusses the possible effect of failure of U.S. President George W. Bush's proposed plan for relocating the headquarters of the Department of Homeland Security in Washington D.C., on the District of Columbia's economy. Speculations over the relocation issue; Benefits of relocation to the district; Persuasion by Virginia and Maryland to the administration for relocating the department in their respective jurisdictions.


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