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house Bill H.R. 1589

Sharing Terror Threat Info Between DHS, the Intelligence Community, and Local Agencies

Argument in favor

DHS, the intelligence community, and local authorities need to be in regular communication about the threat of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear terror attacks. This bill provides greater oversight into that process.

John's Opinion
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04/01/2019
Come On?!? Why am I not surprised that all the little children aren’t sharing all their information. You have to support a bill like this for the simple reason that it will save lives. But you hate to support a bill that requires deferent departments work together to do their jobs to the best of their ability.
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Robert's Opinion
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04/01/2019
They should be talking to each other if there is a threat😁
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Helen's Opinion
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04/01/2019
We need combined joint cooperation and transparency, not independent-minded agencies that contribute to the problem with their territorial pissing.
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Argument opposed

Federal and local law enforcement agencies learned their lesson about the consequences of failing to share information after September 11th — they can be trusted to do so in the future without Congress looking over their shoulder.

IllWill's Opinion
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04/01/2019
Maybe Congress should hold a hearing with DHS personnel to see how effective their information sharing is before proposing bills that try to micromanage the Department?
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Doug's Opinion
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04/01/2019
Procedures for this are already in place, if those aren’t working address why, not make more and more laws.
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Thelma's Opinion
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04/02/2019
It is already to their advantage to communicate with each other. There is something suspect about Republicans telling the intelligence community how to conduct business.
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bill Progress


  • Not enacted
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      senate Committees
      Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
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      house Committees
      Committee on Homeland Security
    IntroducedMarch 7th, 2019
    Come On?!? Why am I not surprised that all the little children aren’t sharing all their information. You have to support a bill like this for the simple reason that it will save lives. But you hate to support a bill that requires deferent departments work together to do their jobs to the best of their ability.
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    Maybe Congress should hold a hearing with DHS personnel to see how effective their information sharing is before proposing bills that try to micromanage the Department?
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    OMG now we need a bill to order departments to talk to each other. What the hell do you people do in Washington?
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    Procedures for this are already in place, if those aren’t working address why, not make more and more laws.
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    Yes, but isn’t this already happening. If not why not?
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    OF COURSE THEY SHOULD! IT JUST MAKES SENSE, BUT GOVERNMENT OFTEN DOESN'T MAKE SENSE!
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    All agencies from the top down should know of any and all security threats.
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    They should be talking to each other if there is a threat😁
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    We need combined joint cooperation and transparency, not independent-minded agencies that contribute to the problem with their territorial pissing.
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    In past administrations this might not be an issue, but given the current climate in Washington, D. C. it might be essential to layout a roadmap to make sure all information is made known and evaluated. So I would support this legislation. However, if we continue to have a President who disavows crucial information before an executive decision is arrived at and thoughtfully followed through, it will be a mute point.
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    I said yea, but the reason intelligent community’s are separate is so they can’t overthrow the government. I don’t got all day to explain this; you’ll just have to start reading books to understand.
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    It would also really help if the Government stopped completely ignoring American Right Wing/Fascist White Domestic Terrorists Too. That’s the REAL threat to our Nation. They are perpetuating 90% of Terrorists Acts in this country.
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    Would the data address threats to the security of human beings, or would the data address political opinions that make a particular political faction insecure in its control of the government, which should instead represent the people?
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    That’s already happening!
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    I thought this was the whole reason behind W’s reorganization of the federal government. This administration is really messed up
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    I would say yes but needs Bipartisanship.
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    Wouldn’t you want the best information possible this is a no brainer. Of course the morons in the Democratic Congress will shoot this down.
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    We need combined joint cooperation and transparency, not independent-minded agencies that contribute to the problem with their territorial pissing.
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    More bullshit. We need an actual bill to support communication between these agencies?!
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    It is already to their advantage to communicate with each other. There is something suspect about Republicans telling the intelligence community how to conduct business.
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