Senate confirms four DHS nominees

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  • Julie Myers, assistant secretary at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.    

  • Dr. Jeffrey Runge, chief medical officer and assistant secretary at the Office of Health Affairs.

  • Ross Ashley, assistant administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.


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