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May 26, 2006

CRS report on FY 2007 DHS appropriations

Filed under: Budgets and Spending — by Christian Beckner on May 26, 2006

The Congressional Research Service released a report earlier in the month on the FY 2007 appropriations legislation for the Department of Homeland Security, available exclusively here at HLS Watch as a publicly-available document (at least for the time being):

RL33428: Homeland Security Department: FY 2007 Appropriations. May 10, 2006.

The 72-page report contains a number of useful charts that track proposed funding levels as the bill winds its way through the appropriations process. CRS typically updates this report over the course of the summer as new developments occur; I’ll try to track down these updates when they’re available (and readers are always encouraged to send me the latest CRS reports or other relevant homeland security documents – anonymity guaranteed).

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