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President Bush Monday signed the aviation security bill at Reagan National Airport, marking the most dramatic expansion of the federal government in decades.
Faith-based groups have become part of the national discussion on how to help the nation cope with the new war on terrorism.
Both Republicans and Democrats claimed victory Thursday, as the House and Senate struck a historic deal on a deal that would largely federalize the aviation security workforce.
The House and Senate approved the conference report on aviation security today, clearing the way for a presidential signature, possibly before the Thanksgiving recess.
Fearing a terrorist attack, U.S. Agency for International Development workers at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington want to close the parking garage off from the public.