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Homeland Security

Bingo Terror

In October 2005, the Kentucky Office of Charitable Gaming won a $36,300 grant from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to protect bingo halls from terrorists.  The money will pay for laptop computers with access to a law-enforcement database.  Authorities are concerned that terrorists may attempt to raise large amounts of cash by  playing bingo or running a charitable game. 

CCAGW Urges Rep. Green to Re-Endorse Deficit Reduction Act

For Immediate Release Daytime : Jessica Shoemaker (202) 467-5318
January 25, 2006 Evening :  Tom Finnigan  (202) 253-3852

 

CCAGW Urges Rep. Upton to Re-Endorse Deficit Reduction Act

For Immediate Release Daytime : Jessica Shoemaker (202) 467-5318
January 25, 2006 Evening :  Tom Finnigan  (202) 253-3852

 

CAGW Criticizes Subsidies for Satellite Launches

For Immediate Release Daytime : Jessica Shoemaker (202) 467-5318
January 9, 2006 Evening :  Tom Finnigan  (202) 253-3852

 

CAGW Praises Proposed Budget Cuts in Senate

For Immediate Release Contact:  Daytime: Jessica Shoemaker 202-467-5318
October 25, 2005 After hours: Tom Finnigan 202-253-3852

 

CAGW Issues Report on Real ID



For Immediate Release Contact:  Daytime: Jessica Shoemaker 202-467-5318
October 18, 2005 After hours: Tom Finnigan 202-253-3852

 

CCAGW: DHS Reform Helps to Correct Grant Formula

For Immediate Release Contact:  Daytime: Jessica Shoemaker 202-467-5318
October 4, 2005 After hours:      Tom Finnigan 202-253-3852

 

CAGW Outlines Social Security Reform Criteria

For Immediate Release Contact:     Tom Finnigan   or   Lauren Cook
June 20, 2005 (202) 467-5309, (202) 467-5318

 

CAGW Outlines Social Security Reform Criteria

For Immediate Release Contact:     Tom Finnigan   or   Lauren Cook      
May 10, 2005 (202) 467-5309, (202) 467-5318

 

CAGW Raises Pork Advisory Level to High

For Immediate Release Contact: Tom Finnigan/ Lauren Cook
May 04, 2005 Direct: (202) 467-5309,(202) 467-5318

 

Committee Considers Homeland Security Earmarks

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CAGW Names Rep. John Carter August 2019 Porker of the Month

Rep. Carter is CAGW's Porker of the Month for voting for the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019, which saddles taxpayers with more spending and debt.