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History

The Committee on Homeland Security was created by the U.S. House of Representatives in 2002 in the aftermath of September 11, 2001. The Committee was first formed as a Select, non-permanent Committee to provide Congressional oversight over the development of the Department of Homeland Security. The Committee was made permanent when it was designated as a Standing Committee of the House on January 4, 2005, the first day of the 109th Congress.

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It’s been one year since Biden’s withdrawal in Afghanistan handed control over to the Taliban. We will not forget the brave men and women we lost in defense of innocent lives, and we must hold this Administration accountable for the turmoil that continues in Afghanistan.

.@HomelandGOP top Republican @RepJohnKatko on the one-year anniversary of President Biden's botched withdrawal from Afghanistan ⬇️

Today marks one year since President Biden’s thoughtless, botched Afghanistan withdrawal, returning the country to a pre-9/11 terrorist breeding ground. Biden’s botched foreign policy agenda coupled with his open border policies have already put impending threats on our doorstep.

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