Funding for First Responders
President Bush is scheduled to sign the Homeland Security spending bill on October 18, 2005.
Mr. Waterman talked about funding for First Responders in the Homeland Security spending bill. He discussed how much their budget was cut, which programs will be affected, and the reasoning behind the cuts. Mr. Waterman also responded to questions and comments from viewers.
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- Peter Slen Executive Producer C-SPAN->Washington Journal
Shaun Waterman Editor United Press International->Homeland and National Security
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