When did President Bush sign the Department of Homeland Security Act?

Answer The Department of Homeland Security was created by the Department of Homeland Security Act (HR 5005) and signed into law by President George W. Bush on November 25, 2002. It was an expansion of the... Read More »

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When did President George W. Bush sign the Homeland Security Act Of 2002 into law?

a. An inheret resposibility of everyevel onnment. b. Primarily coducted by federal agencies with homeland security missions.c. Required in order to receive assistance under the Stafford Act.d. Focu... Read More »

Why is President Obama and the Justice Department reversing the Bush administration laws and reopening nearly a dozen prisoner abuse cases - potentially exposing CIA employees to prosecution?

It was recommended to the Attorney General, Eric Holder, by the Office of Professional Responsibility (which reports to him) that the cases be reopened due to details on prisoner abuse from years b... Read More »

When did President Bush, Jr. cut funds for student loans and school grants?

In 2008 President George W. Bush signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2008. The act cut the maximum Pell Grant award by $69 and reduced the subsidies provided to lenders who participate in... Read More »

Who was president when the us navy department was established?