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Official Twitter page of the House Committee on Homeland Security Democrats - tweets by Ranking Member Bennie G. Thompson (D-MS)
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Good this finally happened. Should have happened much sooner. via
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House Judiciary Dems Sep 14
Replying to @HouseGOP
🚨 : passes , an extremely broad bill which would badly affect non-gang affiliated individuals. Nothing new here.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 13
This is very significant given public nature and that has only issued 4 of these directives
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Bonnie WatsonColeman Sep 13
My official statement on arrests made amid investigation at Newark Liberty airport.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 13
3 times since Trump ended , Dems have called for a vote on the DREAM Act. 3 times has blocked it.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 13
Hearing on suspicious activity reporting with is going on now. VIDEO & MORE ----------------->
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Homeland Democrats Sep 12
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Charlie Mitchell Sep 12
More aid to states a key piece of unfinished biz from post-9/11 reforms, say
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
Dont miss our new report out today on homeland security mandates post-9/11. Has fulfilled them? SEE HERE-->
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
Replying to @HomelandDems
Today that also includes cyber-attacks on infrastructure and violence by neo-Nazi, white supremacist, & other domestic terror groups.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
Replying to @HomelandDems
Still, we must stay vigilant to effectively address the range of threats that does not only include traditional terrorist threats.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
Replying to @HomelandDems
Federal investments in local preparedness and bolstering information sharing have helped deliver measurable progress securing the Nation.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
Replying to @HomelandDems
Today America is far better equipped to prepare for, prevent, and respond to acts of terrorism and other catastrophic events.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
Replying to @DHSgov
Although we don’t always see the law’s impact in our daily lives, every aspect of ’s diverse mission has been changed and improved.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
Replying to @DHSgov
In Congress, we created , the 9/11 Commission, and then passed the 9/11 Commission Act in 2007.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
16 years ago today Americans came together as one and sought answers on how we must work together to make the country more secure.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
Today we . The day we came together as one and stood vigilant in the face of terror and hate.
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
New REPORT out today on homeland security mandates 16 years after & 10 years after 9/11 Commission Act
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Homeland Democrats Sep 11
Spoiler alert: They won't via
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MichelleLujanGrisham Sep 9
I am proud to stand with . We will not turn our backs on America’s . Pass the now!
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