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White House pledges not to strip all homeland employees' union rights

The White House has agreed to issue a written pledge not to abuse its authority to strip collective bargaining rights from unionized employees transferred to the new Homeland Security Department.

Anti-drug task force may provide homeland security blueprint

A little-known interagency drug-control task force in Florida may provide the key to reorganizing federal agencies to curb terrorism.

Senate refuses to stop debating employee rights in homeland bill

In a vote that underscored the rigid party differences over the proposed Homeland Security Department's employment rules, the Senate voted along party lines Thursday to continue debating legislation to create the new Cabinet-level agency.

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