Candice Miller for Congress, Michigan

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By Kelsey Sheehy- The Daily Caller Twenty-four hours after a gunman killed two Americans waiting at a border crossing, House committee members grilled officials Tuesday on how to curb trafficking of drugs, money and guns across U.S. borders.   The committee focused on improving infrastructure and investing in technology at border checkpoints, like the […]

Canada-U.S. border crossing ‘woefully insufficient’, Congress hears BY SHELDON ALBERTS, WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT, POSTMEDIA NEWS Vancouver Sun WASHINGTON — Efforts to ease congestion at one of the busiest Canada-U.S. border crossings are being hampered by “woefully insufficient” American customs infrastructure and ill-considered budget cuts, a congressional panel heard Tuesday.   The problems at the Blue […]

No civil trials in Sept. 11 case

by Candice Miller on April 5, 2011

Military panels will try alleged mastermind, 4 others, AG Holder says PETE YOST AND EILEEN SULLIVAN Associated Press Washington— The Obama administration, ending more than a year of indecision with a major policy reversal, will prosecute Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other people accused of plotting the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks before a military commission […]

Secure the Border

by Candice Miller on April 4, 2011

Thursday, March 31, 2011 Candice Miller introduces legislation requiring Homeland Security to develop strategy for securing borders within five years By Chad Selweski Macomb Daily Staff Writer U.S. Rep. Candice Miller introduced legislation on Thursday that would require the Department of Homeland Security to secure the entire northern and southern borders of the United […]

March 31, 2011 Miller bill seeks ‘100 percent’ secure U.S. borders by 2016 NATHAN HURST Detroit News Washington Bureau Washington— Rep. Candice Miller is expected to introduce a bill today ordering the Department of Homeland Security to devise a five-year plan to secure 100 percent of the U.S. borders with Mexico and Canada.   […]