â€œI want to underscore the important work Congress is doing to screen cargo shipments that may constitute threats against our security. In September, I co-introduced the Air Cargo Security Act of 2010, a bipartisan bill that would establish federal air cargo screening centers for packages carried by foreign and domestic air carriers.
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47), Chair of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Terrorism, Unconventional Threats and Capabilities, delivered the following opening statement during todayâ€™s hearing on the importance of public-private partnerships in the development of cybersecurity policy:
The same geniuses who sent me the signed photo of John McCain and Sarah Palin last fall are at it again; I received a 2009 Obama Agenda Survey in the mail from the Republican National Committee.Â The survey questions are like the survey questions on the Orange Juice Blog — there are no choices that…
HT to Martin Wisckol over at Total Buzz. Anaheim and Santa Ana, which jointly administer the countyâ€™s Urban Areas Security Initiative, will get $12.8 million in homeland security funds to develop and implement anti-terrorism strategies, Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Garden Grove, announced today. Read the rest here.