Bush, Pascrell meet on Homeland Security
Congressman one of key lawmakers the President targeted
WASHINGTON - U.S. Rep Bill Pascrell, Jr. joined about 15 other Members of Congress to meet with President Bush at the White House to discuss the Homeland Security proposals in the House of Representatives. The discussion centered around the level of flexibility the future Secretary of Homeland Security will have in regard to the agency's employees.
"I was pleased President Bush was interested in my input in this obviously critical area," stated Pascrell, a member of the House Democratic Task force on Homeland Security. "The President and I had a lively and productive discussion."