Dina Titus on Homeland Security

Last Updated : Sep 02, 2010

Official Website Statements

Protecting the USA

In Congress, Rep. Titus’ most important responsibility is defending the United States of America and the Constitution. As a member of the Homeland Security Committee, Congresswoman Titus works constantly to ensure that our country is protected from all enemies, both domestic and foreign. The Committee is continuously engaged in preventing a future terrorist attack and ensuring that our communities are prepared for emergencies.

Congresswoman Titus is also committed to helping our troops overseas and their families here at home. Everyday our brave men and women fight for our freedom against our enemies across the globe. Congresswoman Titus is committed to ensuring they have the equipment they need to complete their mission and return home safely. At the same time, she is working to help military families in Southern Nevada.

 

Voting Record

Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2010

In October of 2010, the House voted on a funding bill for Homeland Security. Buried within that legislation was language to prevent any funds from being used to transfer detainees from Guantanamo Bay to the US or to their home nation. Also in that funding bill was a definition that made photos taken of prisoners at Guantanamo bay classified and unable to be released. The act passed the House 258-163. Dina Titus voted in favor of the act which prevented the movement of prisoners from Gitmo and classified photos of detainees.

Dina Titus voted in favor of the act which prevented the movement of prisoners from Gitmo and classified photos of detainees.

 

Sponsored and Cosponsored Legislation

This representative has not been identified as sponsoring or cosponsoring significant legislation related to this title.

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