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U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
Title: Chemical Attack on America: How Vulnerable Are We?
Date: 4/27/05
Time (EST): 10:00 AM
Place: Dirksen Senate Office Building, Rm. 562
Member Statements
    Senator Susan M. Collins   [View PDF]     Senator Joseph I. Lieberman   [View PDF]
Witnesses Testimony
Panel 1

The Honorable Jon S. Corzine [View PDF] , Senator , United States Senate

Panel 2

The Honorable Carolyn W. Merritt [View PDF]
, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer , U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board

John B. Stephenson [View PDF]
, Director, Natural Resources and Environment , U.S. Government Accountability Office

Richard Falkenrath [View PDF] , PH.D. , Visiting Fellow, Foreigh Policy Studies , The Brookings Institute

Stephen E. Flynn [View PDF] , PH.D. , Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Senior Fellow in National Security Studies , Council on Foreign Relations

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Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
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