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Bruce Broussard on Homeland Security


More funding for First Responders

Bruce Broussard will work hard to secure the continuing funding First Responders and increase federal funding to for Oregon's firefighters, police officers, and EMS workers who must be trained and equipped to respond in the face of terrorism and other emergencies. Bruce Broussard strongly supports the National Cyber Security Division of Homeland Security to examine cyber-security incidents, track attacks, and coordinate responses. Finally, Bruce Broussard will make certain that our state has the legislation and funding in place to give law enforcement agencies access to the best information available so they can continue to protect the safety of all of us.
Source: Campaign website, broussardfororegon.com Aug 11, 2004

Support more comprehensive information sharing programs

Broussard strongly supports more comprehensive information sharing programs, techniques & technologies. He will work hard to assure that the constitutional rights of the diverse citizenry are not trampled upon. He will work hard to secure the continuing funding First Responders and increase funding for firefighters, police officers, and EMS workers. He strongly supports the National Cyber Security Division of Homeland Security to examine cyber-security incidents, track attacks, and coordinate responses.
Source: Campaign website, BroussardForOregon.com Mar 2, 2004

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