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Mark Warner on Homeland Security

Democratic VA Governor


Remove the “ghost fleet” of 100 aging ships in James River

In 2002, Governor Warner tackled a problem ignored by his predecessors when he called for removal of the federal government’s James River Reserve Fleet. This “Ghost Fleet” was a collection of about 100 aging, decommissioned ships owned by the Navy, the Army and other government agencies, anchored in the middle of the James River. Some of the ships were rusting and many contained oil, asbestos and cancer-causing toxins that could be released into Virginia’s waters if they sank during a storm.
Source: Campaign website, www.markwarner2008.com, “Issues” Mar 9, 2008

Relax wiretapping restrictions for the FBI

Source: Congressional Election National Political Awareness Test Nov 2, 1996

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