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BYLINE: R. G. Edmonson
WASHINGTON -- The House Department of Homeland Security subcommittee on border, maritime and global counterterrorism was not ready to give Department of Homeland Security witnesses an easy ride through a progress report on the SAFE Port Act Thursday afternoon.
In a written statement, Homeland Security Committee chairman Bennie G. Thompson, D-Miss., denounced DHS for its consistent failure to meet congressional mandates. He singled out the Transportation Worker Identification Credential porgram (see related story), which is four years past its deadline in the Maritime Transportation Security Act.
Stephen L. Caldwell, Government …