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On March 8, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson will travel to Selma, Ala. to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” the Selma-to-Montgomery March, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. While in Selma, Secretary Johnson will attend a Sunday morning service at Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church and participate in a commemorative march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
Yesterday the House voted to enact a clean, full-year appropriations bill for the Department of Homeland Security. The Senate did the same last Friday.
Several hours ago the House voted to enact a clean, full-year appropriations bill for the Department of Homeland Security. The Senate did the same last Friday. A bill funding the Department for the entire Fiscal Year 2015 is now on its way to the President for signature. It is a good bill, which provides $39.7 billion to fund vital homeland security missions.
I congratulate Barbara Mikulski for her years of outstanding service to our Nation. Her retirement from public life is well earned, though I will miss her in the Senate. In word and deed, Senator Mikulski has been a real champion of the men and women of the Department of Homeland Security. Last summer, during the spike in migration of children on our southern border, Senator Mikulski asked to travel with me to south Texas. Though she was chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee then, she wanted no press or fanfare for her visit; she simply wanted to see the problem. While there, Barbara visited with the children, and also gave our men and women on the border a pat on the back for their heroic work.
The 60 Minutes report Sunday about Hurricane Sandy insurance claims is a matter of great concern to me and FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate. We share the views expressed by FEMA Deputy Associate Administrator Brad Kieserman during the program. Any allegation of fraud is highly troubling, and especially so when it involves Americans who have lost their homes in a natural disaster.
Cybersecurity is one of our critical homeland security priorities. We welcome the President’s announcement today on the creation of the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center (CTIIC). This center will ensure an integrated intelligence community view of cyber threats and ensure that intelligence information is shared with all U.S. agencies responsible for cybersecurity and network defense.