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 Homeland Security
 2007

January 1 - House Vote 446: Border Security
January 1 - House Vote 502: Surveillance Oversight
January 1 - Senate Vote 192: Restructuring of FEMA
January 15 - First to Pass: Sept. 11 Provisions
January 15 - Putting a New 9/11 Probe to a Vote
January 15 - Response to Sept. 11 Panel's Recommendations
January 22 - Kucinich Acquires Sudden High Domestic Profile
January 29 - Rogers Lets Loose the Dogs of the Terror War
February 12 - Fiscal 2008 Budget: Homeland Security
February 19 - Bill Takes Up Advice of Sept. 11 Panel
February 19 - Canada Claims New ID Requirements Cross a Line
February 19 - Obama's New Homeland Math
February 26 - Appeals Panel Says Detainees Lack Rights to Federal Courts
February 26 - Senate to Assemble Package Of Sept. 11-Related Measures
March 5 - Driver's License Law Delayed
March 5 - Move to Put Jefferson on Homeland Panel Delayed
March 5 - Senate Showdown Looms on 9/11 Bill
March 12 - 9/11 Bill Takes Shape for Senate Vote
March 12 - DHS Stokes Anxieties Over Chemical Security Plan
March 12 - House and Senate Bills Compared
March 12 - Justice Officials Called to Testify On FBI Abuse of Security Letters
March 12 - The Debate Over Collective Bargaining
March 19 - Appropriators Call for Withdrawal
March 19 - Senate Passes Sept. 11 Bill With Collective Bargaining Provision
March 19 - Transit Security Bill Would Assess Risks of Public Rail, Bus Systems
March 26 - The Fraying of the 9/11 Family Lobby
April 2 - Compromise Found on Transit Security
April 2 - Congress Questions FBI's Competence
April 2 - DHS Authorization Bill Would Create Unique Personnel Plan
April 16 - Chertoff Stirs Up 'Clean Skin' Controversy
April 23 - Firms Find Biodefense Too Risky a Business
April 23 - Watch List Stalls Ammonium Nitrate Measure
April 30 - Senate Bill Would Overhaul Troubled Coast Guard Program
April 30 - Tweaked Ammonium Nitrate Bill Approved by House Committee
May 7 - Bill Criminalizing Installation of 'Spyware' Advances in House
May 14 - Homeland Authorization Bill Defies Veto Threat
May 14 - Reid Presses Immigration Rewrite Despite Lack of a Deal in Senate
May 21 - Foreign Investment Assessment Bill Wins Strong Bipartisan Support
May 21 - Homeland Security Measure Would Boost FEMA Funding
May 21 - Negotiators Agree on Immigration Plan
May 21 - Senate Immigration Deal Yields Citizenship Path, Guest Worker Provisions
May 28 - Bill to Increase Visas for Iraqi and Afghan Translators Clears Senate
May 28 - Homeland Security Appropriations: More Sought for Responders, FEMA
May 28 - Islamic Charities Await Their Day in Court
June 4 - EU States Challenge Bars to U.S. Entry
June 11 - 'TB Traveler' Reveals Gaps in Public Safety Net
June 11 - Homeland Security Is First in House Line
June 11 - Panel Votes to Undo Restriction of Habeas Rights Enacted in 2006
June 11 - Reid Pulls Immigration Overhaul
June 18 - Homeland Bill Identifies Senators' Earmarks
June 18 - Homeland Spending Bill Passes House
June 18 - Immigration Bill Gets Second Chance
June 25 - Judiciary Panel OKs Subpoenas In Probe of NSA Surveillance
July 9 - Bill Proposes Reinstating Retirees To Reduce Massive Passport Glut
July 9 - Two Coast Guard Bills Advance; Panel Seeks Deepwater Overhaul
July 16 - Changes to Investment Panel Cleared
July 16 - Fed Agents Protest Pepper Spray Treatment
July 16 - Highlights of the CFIUS Legislation
July 23 - Conferees Near Deal on Sept. 11 Bill
July 23 - Senate Clears Bill to Reinstate Retirees to Tackle Passport Backlog
July 23 - Stormy Seas for International Law Panel
July 30 - Bill Extending Terrorism Risk Insurance Act Takes First Step
July 30 - Homeland Bill Adds to Border Security
July 30 - Lawmakers Clear Sept. 11 Compromise
July 30 - Making Waves Over Boat Security Measures
July 30 - Searching for Security Skills
July 30 - Security Sector's Growth Spurt
July 30 - The Problem Starts at Home
August 6 - DHS, FEMA Tweaks Move Through Senate Panel
August 6 - Terrorism Insurance Act Extension Approved by House Committee
August 6 - White House Scores on FISA Rewrite
August 13 - Homeland Panel Stops Worrying, Learns to Love Earmarks
September 3 - Fall Agenda: Habeas Corpus for Detainees
September 3 - Fall Agenda: Immigration Overhaul
September 3 - Fall Agenda: Terrorism Insurance Extension
September 3 - Feds and Insurers Step Up Wind-Damage Dispute
September 10 - Emergency Plan Deemed a Disaster-in-Waiting
September 10 - House Debate on Terrorism Insurance Extension Delayed Over Pay-As-You-Go Concerns
September 10 - Religious Workers Decry DHS Border Crackdown
September 10 - Senate Finishes Spending Bill for VA
September 10 - Taking a Cue From Britain: Fighting Terrorism With Engagement
September 24 - TRIA Extension Wins House Passage Despite Veto Threat, Budget Concerns
September 24 - TSA Agents Spark Sikh Outcry
October 1 - A Card-Carrying Conflict
October 1 - House Coast Guard Bill Includes Overhaul of Deepwater Program
October 15 - The Mouse That Spied
October 22 - Pressure Points for the Department of Homeland Security
October 29 - Measure Targets Ship Smuggling of Illegals
November 5 - Rebel Refugees Fight for a Patriot Act Exception
November 5 - Tribes Face A New Border Tussle
November 12 - Homeland Security For Hire
November 12 - Intelligence: Too Much Hired Help?
November 19 - Local Officials Bypassing the Beltway
November 19 - Senate Passes Terrorism Insurance Bill
November 19 - Two Bills to Curb Surveillance Advance
December 3 - Echoes of Colombia Haunt Mexico Plan
December 10 - Detainee Rights Pose a Question for '08 Hopefuls
December 17 - Courts & the Law: The Curious Kurnaz Case
December 17 - Senate Democrats Split on Immunity Provisions in Foreign Surveillance Bill
December 24 - Senate Passes Coast Guard 'Deepwater' Bill

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