Michael Mccaul's Analysis

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In “It’s time to make it harder to get dangerous drugs through the mail,” Michael McCaul, a Republican chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, proclaims that, “lawmakers failed to act to close a major entry point for… drugs into the United States: the global postal system.” McCaul reinforces his claim through the federal law enforcement agencies’ inefficient system in which they’re, “forced to manually screen millions….of postal parcels in an attempt to intercept these deadly drugs,” he further develops his claim with the poorly constructed Trade Act of 2002 that aspired to make, ”advanced manifest data accompany packages coming into the United States,” but instead resulted in granting the Department of Homeland Security and

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